Landmark Theater, Syracuse

Landmark Theater, Syracuse (must see)

The Landmark Theater dates back to the 1920s when movie places were at the height of their popularity. This theater is the only location of this kind surviving in the area. The Landmark enjoys status on the National Register of Historic Places, which is a testament to its important place in local history.

The theater's design is known as Oriental-style, including a unique blend of European, Venetian, Byzantine, and Romanesque elements. Original red and gold decor that was common in these types of theaters may still be found here. The lobby, which has undergone restoration, is open to the public during special events.

Some of the top musical and standup comedy acts have been performed in this theater since its reopening in 1979. The theater can host quality concerts, as well as full theatrical productions. Visitors will be interested in learning more about what might be going on t the theater at any time.

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Sight Name: Landmark Theater
Sight Location: Syracuse, USA (See walking tours in Syracuse)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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