The Byrd Theatre
1928, single-screen, 2nd run movie palace!
Old movie theatre in Carytown. Tickets are $4. Go on Saturday to see the Mighty Wurlitzer organ.
Richmond’s grandest film theater has resisted alteration. It has adapted to changing practices in the film industry for 85 years without losing its focus on film, popular entertainment, and architectural and musical spectacle. The theater, altered only as needed to meet the demands of technology,…
BEST MOVIE THEATER EVER. Second-run movies in Carytown for $4. Sit in the middle for better seats. This is a landmark movie palace. This place is insanely awesome.
“A evening out? Yes, it is perfect for a night out! Summer, Friday evening there’s locals have wine on the lawn, live music blasting and events happening. It’s perfect for a date night, a girls night out, an opportunity to meet some locals while conserving over the art. ”
“Great for a walk to the rapids, a 1.7 mile hike with picnic, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, and swimming at your own risk. ”
“With the exception of Legend's ont the Southside, this is the OG brewery that got the micro-brew movement going in Richmond. Their classic, the Single, can't be beaten!”
“A former locomotive assembly plant & brass foundry turned movie theater but in a manner to highlight its heritage.”
“Beautiful park to walk or meditate along the river. Take the time to reflect on Civil War Veterans, Presidents, and elaborate and unique headstones throughout the park. It is not odd to see picnic'ers dining along the bluff. ”