The Playmill Theatre was a fixture in West Yellowstone, MT before the Playmill Theatre Jackson was opened. The sister theater has been giving performances for more than forty years. Because the theater was so successful the owners decided to open the one in Jackson Hole. The theater is full of fun and has productions that span comedy, westerns, and musicals with everything in between. The Playmill Theatre is located at 50 W. Broadway, Jackson, Wyoming 83001.
The Playmill Theatre is great entertainment for adults and children so it makes a fun family outing. Intermission is very special at the Playmill because of the food that is available. The theater doesn't have any meal service; however, they serve snacks to please all comers. The favorite is the fudge that became a tradition at the West Yellowstone Playmill Theatre. It was so popular that the owners decided to bring it to the Playmill Theatre in Jackson. Guests can also indulge in ice cream, sodas, and popcorn.
Guests will need to phone to find out what is playing at the theater as they rotate throughout the year. Visitors need to arrive a little before the performance to get seats as they are not reserved seating. Children that are under two and sit in an adults lap are free of charge. Children three to twelve years old are fifteen dollars for a standard seat. Adults pay twenty dollars for a standard seat. If guests want a premium seat the cost is twenty five dollars for adults and twenty dollars for children three to twelve. Students and seniors will be treated to a ten percent discount.
Hotels near the Playmill Theatre include: Painted Buffalo Inn, Quality Inn and Suites, Trapper Inn and Suites, Wyoming Inn of Jackson, Days Inn of Jackson, Jackson Hole Lodge, Elk Country Inn, The Point Inn and Suites, Cowboy Village Resort, Parkway Inn, Homewood Suites Jackson Hole, Wort Hotel, and the Rusty Parrot Lodge.
Attractions that can be found in Jackson Hole are the Jackson Hole Aerial Tram Rides, National Museum of Wildlife Art, Rendezvous Mountain for views and hiking, and National Elk Refuge. Jackson Hole is close to Grand Teton National Park and about an hour from Yellowstone National Park. Visitors to the area can go horseback riding, white water rafting, fly fishing, mountain biking, hiking, hang gliding, alpine sledding, skiing, snowmobiling, snow shoeing, ice skating, and shop till they drop.
After taking in a performance at the Playmill Theatre visitors to the area might enjoy a four day Teton Wagon Train and Horse Adventure. This truly western experience features replicas of Conestoga Wagons customized for comfort with rubber tires and padded seats. Visitors can camp out under the stars, feast on great western meals and look for the abundant wildlife of the area.
If this is too extreme visitors can find a hotel close to the Playmill and enjoy restaurants like the Mangy Moose, Blue Lion, Merry Piglets, Bunnery, Billy's Giant Hamburgers, Cadillac Grille, Bubba's BBQ Grill and Snake River Brewery and Restaurant.