The Magnificent Fox Theatre

Atlanta Georgia

Going to the theater is always a great time out, but attending a show at the historic Fox Theater in Atlanta is an extra special treat. The theater was built in 1928 as a home for Atlanta’s Shriners Organization. The architecture was influenced by ancient temples and built in the “mosque” style of the Far East. Shortly after it was built due to the high cost of maintaining the structure the Shriners leased the building to William Fox, a movie mogul who built movie theaters across the country. The Fox opened on Christmas Day 1929 to a sold out crowd, premiering Steamboat Willie, Disney’s first cartoon starring Mickey Mouse. To read more about the history of the Fox Theatre Atlanta click here.

The Front of the House
Marquee Club
Ticket box
Disney’s Frozen
660 Peachtree St. NE-Atlanta
Ancient Egyptian Architecture
Mosque style architecture
Arches, stained glass and cobalt blue ceiling
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2 thoughts

  1. I love it when people share theater doors. Just looking at them is exciting. I can imagine people lines up to enter for Steamboat Willie. I’m so glad you included photos from inside – marvelous.

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