Landmark Theatre in シラキュース

362 South Salina Street

Landmark Theatre

The Landmark Theatre is a historic performing arts center located in Syracuse, New York. The theater was opened in 1928 and was designed in the French Renaissance style. It was originally named the Loew's State Theatre and was a popular movie palace for several decades. However, due to declining attendance, the theater was closed in 1975 and was in danger of being demolished. It was eventually restored and reopened in 1980 as the Landmark Theatre. Today, the theater hosts a variety of events, including concerts, Broadway shows, and classic film screenings. The Landmark Theatre's stunning architecture, which features a grand lobby and intricate plasterwork, makes it a must-visit attraction for theater and history enthusiasts alike.


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