Wells Fargo Theater
Take some time in our comfortable and spacious 143 seat Wells Fargo Theater and watch a museum movie on our large 22’ x 28’ screen with stereo-quality sound. The Wells Fargo Theater turns the always entertaining Journey Museum & Learning Center into a virtual museum and takes you to worlds that you may not know yet through its museum movies.
Don’t miss out on an opportunity to learn about various pieces of not only Black Hills history, but Native American culture and other natural history through these short, though educational, museum movies. They are sure to hold the attention of kids and adults alike and are short enough to hold the attention of any young child in your group.
Daily schedules will be posted each day in our lobby for the virtual museum. Stop by our Visitor Services desk or give us a call at (605) 394-6923 for specific show times or to request a specific museum movie.
The Journey - 14 min
The Journey starts here: from the beginning of the Universe to the age of dinosaurs, and on to the Native Americans and pioneers. It’s an exciting introduction to our collections that are house at the Journey Museum & Learning Center! Take a journey through time to learn how everything came to be and how it has affected where we live today.
Over the Black Hills - 21 min
Immerse yourself in an aerial view of western South Dakota. There is much to learn about our area and how various cultures influenced our daily lives. Understanding how the Black Hills came to be is important to understanding how we move forward as a community. Its infinite variety will leave you wanting more from this virtual museum. (Brought to you by South Dakota Public Broadcasting)
Lakota Star Knowledge - 29 min
Learn about the stars through the eyes of the Lakota in the form of traditional stories and modern science. This unique museum movie brings the Native American culture of star gazing to life before your very eyes.
The Journey Museum & Learning Center regularly adds new events, exhibits, and features to the expansive museum, covering American history, Black Hills history, and Native American culture.
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