The Byrd Theatre
1928, single-screen, 2nd run movie palace!
The historic Byrd Theatre is a great place to a see a movie-- tickets are $5, and there are a bunch of restaurants and dessert shops right next door to complete your date night experience :)
A true Richmond gem, this movie palace is host to second run modern movies, film festivals, and classics. If you're lucky, you'll catch a performance of the might Wurlitzer organ before a showing!
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,…
“The VMFA is my absolute favorite spot in Richmond. They have great happy hours on Friday where you can hang out in the gardens or inside. They have local DJs come or bands. Every Thursday they have Jazz happy hours as well which are great for relaxing. The art is of course wonderful as well and new exhibits are constantly coming in. ”
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“A former locomotive assembly plant & brass foundry turned movie theater but in a manner to highlight its heritage.”