This October, the Northern Rocky Mountains’ spookier history and folklore will be brought to life through an approximately 50-minute production that blends live-theater with the Taylor Planetarium’s state-of-the-art capabilities. This year’s production includes disasters, untimely deaths, ghastly creatures, and more based on authentic research. They all prove one thing, sometimes life is scarier than fiction.
Following the planetarium show, explore the historic Living History Farm by lantern light, if you dare! Experience original spooky sculptures by Montana State University students from the College of Arts and Architecture, and have your fortune read, and enjoy a seasonal treat in the Tinsley House.
Due to some mature content and the dark conditions of the planetarium, this production is recommended for ages 10+.
October 21 – 23 and 28 – 30, 2022
Numerous performance times.
Ticket links coming this fall.