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Granada Theatre


category : Historic Theatres
Granada Theatre The historic Granada Theatre, built in 1929, is one of the last operating movie palaces in the Midwest, a testimony to the roaring '20s era.

The Theatre houses the Grand Barton Pipe Organ, acclaimed worldwide as one of the most spectacular instruments of its kind.


Address: 1015 Minnesota Ave.
Phone: 816-421-2900

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