Arts & Heritage

CELEBRATE THE ARTS IN MAMMOTH LAKES

WITH YEAR-ROUND PERFORMANCES AND CULTURAL EVENTS

Just because you’re surrounded by epic natural beauty doesn’t mean you have to spend all of your time outdoors in Mammoth Lakes. The area is home to lots of arts and culture, too—including theater, art galleries, live music and festivals. 

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The Gallery at Twin Lakes

2749 Lake Mary Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-924-7300

The past comes alive in this historic 1934 cabin of photographer and painter Stephen H. Willard (1894-1966). Enjoy the fine art, antiques and mining memorabilia that fill every room. This world-class gallery’s focus on Eastern Sierra and Yosemite paintings by such important museum-level, historic California painters as Edgar Payne, Maynard… Learn More

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Eleven53 Interpretive Center

10001 Minaret Road, Via Mammoth Mountain Scenic Gondola
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

800-626-6684

Take in the view from the Scenic Gondola as you climb to the top of Mammoth Mountain at 11,053 feet (3,368 m). At the summit, explore the Eleven53 Interpretive Center, with interactive displays of the area’s geologic, hydrologic and volcanic history. Learn More

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MAC Gallery and Art Center

437 Old Mammoth Road, Minaret Village Shopping Center
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-914-2909

The Mono Arts Council Gallery features work from over 80 local and regional artists. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff will help you with a wide variety of arts & crafts, everything from scenic photography to metal sculptures, from pottery to hats, from oil paintings to hand-made soap. In addition to… Learn More

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Vern Clevenger Gallery of Fine Photography

220 Sierra Manor Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-934-5100

Explore fine art photography of Mammoth, the eastern Sierra and Yosemite. Vern Clevenger is the premiere photographer of the Sierra Nevada. Each image is a perfect living moment captured and interpreted through a deep understanding that few photographers possess. Each print is meticulously prepared. Each purchase is an investment for life. We also… Learn More

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Minaret Cinemas

437 Old Mammoth Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-934-3131

Located in the Minaret Village Shopping Center, Minaret Cinemas presents all features with full digital projection and digital surround sound. We offer evening shows and matinees of the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Call for recorded information on show times.  Learn More

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Sierra Light Gallery

3329 Main Street
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-920-2212

Owned by Nolan Nitschke, this gallery features landscape photography of the Eastern Sierras, California, Idaho, Utah and the American West. Nolan was raised in the Eastern Sierras, and feels fortunate to have been exposed to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world at a very young age. Now,… Learn More

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Mammoth Museum at McCoy Station

10001 Minaret Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

800-626-6684

Journey back to the 1950s and discover how Dave McCoy’s vision and innovations transformed Mammoth Mountain and the ski industry. Early grooming, avalanche and lift equipment on display. Learn More

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KMMT Radio

94 Laurel Mountain Road
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-934-8888

KMMT has been the Eastern Sierra’s source for great music, local news, and expert weather forecasts since 1971. KMMT strives to educate, inform, and entertain our local and visiting listening audience: we have over 3 million listeners a year! Learn More

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The Sheet

3343 Main Street
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-924-0048

The Sheet was founded in May, 2003 by Jack Lunch and is independently owned and operated. It is a weekly newspaper of general circulation covering news from Lone Pine to Coleville along the Highway 395 corridor. It is proof that traditional journalism is not dead if done well. Learn More

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Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre

100 College Parkway
Mammoth Lakes, CA 93546

760-934-6592

The purpose of Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre is to develop, maintain and nurture live theatre in the Mono and Inyo County area by providing a creative space to produce live theatre of the highest caliber, equal to any theatre in the state, and inspiring the arts while making a vital… Learn More

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