A Village Full Of Family Fun

Part of the magic of a Sun Valley vacation is every member of the family can discover their own adventure within the safe environs of the Sun Valley Village. While Dad is on the golf course and Mom is at the spa, children create their own vacations under the supervision of the Sun Valley PlaySchool and Day Camp programs. Older youngsters can have fun on their own, meeting new friends and reuniting with  family for dining and entertainment - all within the Sun Valley Village. 

Movies

Situated in the heart of Sun Valley Village, the Opera House was built in 1937 and serves as Sun Valley's charming 340-seat theatre. 

prices: $8.00 for adults, $6.00 for seniors (60 and over) and children (12 and under).

Location: Sun Valley Village
Call for showtimes:  208-622-2244

Dinner and a Movie -  When you dine at Bald Mountain Pizza or Gretchen's restaurants you will receive a free movie pass for the same evening or for the following night.  Please ask your server. 

Find Theater Showtimes

Now Playing

  • Lego Movie

    The Lego Movie

    An ordinary LEGO figurine (Chris Pratt) mistakenly becomes part of a quest to stop a tyrant's plan.

    Rated: PG

    6:30 pm

     

  • Divergent

    Divergent

    Tris Prior is warned she is Divergent and will never fit into any one group. When she discovers a conspiracy to destroy all Divergents, she must find out what makes being Divergent so dangerous before it's too late.

    Rated: PG-13

    8:30 pm

     

Starts Friday

  • Muppets Most Wanted

    Muppets Most Wanted

    While on a worldwide tour, the Muppets become entangled in an international crime caper.

    Rated: PG

    6:30 pm

     

  • God's Not Dead

    God's Not Dead

    A devout student must prove the existence of God or he will will fail his college philosophy course.

    Rated: PG

    8:30 pm

     

More Great Showings

  • Sun Valley Serenade

    Sun Valley Serenade


    Ted Scott (Payne) is a band pianist whose publicity manager decides that, for good press, the band should adopt a foreign refugee. The band goes to Ellis Island to meet the girl and soon discovers that the refugee isn't a 10-year-old child, but a young woman, Karen Benson (Henie). The surprise comes right before the band is to travel to Sun Valley, Idaho for a Christmas gig. While on the ski slopes Ted soon falls for Karen's inventive schemes to win the heart of her new sponsor, much to the chagrin of his girlfriend, Vivian Dawn (Bari), a soloist with the band. Vivian promptly quits the band out of jealousy, and Karen stages an elaborate ice show as a substitute.

    Rated: G

    Sunday, Tuesday & Thursday 4:30 pm

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