Into America’s Wild

Journey through some of the most beautiful but little-known landscapes of North America.

Showing Daily at 11 a.m.

Where:
The Dome
Tickets:
Additional Ticket Required
Age:
All Ages
Length:
45 minutes
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Discover the Hidden Wonders of Nature

Step off the beaten path on a cross-country adventure into some of the most beautiful landscapes in North America. From the wilds of Alaska and the lush coastline of Oregon to the ancient canyons of the Southwest and the rolling hills of the Appalachian Trail. Into America's Wild is a non-stop ride via kayak, train, bike, hot air balloon, and more. You'll discover that America's wild places are as varied as they are stunning.

Narrated by the iconic Morgan Freeman, join three trailblazers – Native American astronaut John Herrington, Alaskan pilot and youth advocate Ariel Tweto, and record-breaking long-distance hiker Jennifer Pharr Davis as they wind their way through the scenic byways, ancient homelands, secret gems and hidden trails of America. Come explore the allure of the wild and the human connection we all share with the natural world. With its breathtaking cinematography and inspiring message, Into America's Wild is sure to leave viewers with a new appreciation for the beauty of our country and a renewed commitment to its care.

Book your group adventure today and see America's landscapes up close and personal like never before on our 76-foot Dome screen!

With discounted group rates, groups have the opportunity to schedule exclusive featured shows on Virginia’s largest movie screen.

Looking to connect Into America’s Wild to your curriculum? Check out this educator's guide for some ideas!

This feature corresponds with the following SOLs:

  • Kindergarten: 4, 5, 7 and 11
  • 1st Grade: 5, 7 and 8
  • 2nd Grade: 2, 4, 5 and 8
  • 3rd Grade: 5, 6, 7 and 8
  • 4th Grade: 3
  • 5th Grade: 9
  • 6th Grade: 8 and 9
  • Life Science: 8 and 9
  • Biology: 8
  • Earth Science: 6 and 8
See Into America's Wild
Antelope Canyon from the giant screen film Into America's Wild