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Recently restored to its original gilded look of the 1920s, the Fox Theatre features "Mighty Mo," a classic Moller organ with over 3,600 pipes. The lavish theatre currently hosts Broadway musicals, comedy shows and dance companies throughout the...more
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Great Show and Excellent Theatre experience. Everyone should go and see them at least once. Parking was convenient and easy to get in and get out of. We may go back for Jersey Boys. Should be a great show too.
The Fox Theater is the crowning jewel of Atlanta. I've been there multiple times for plays and concerts and the exotic interior never ceases to amaze me. Built in the 1920's, its fine detailed design is based on the Arabian Nights. Not to be missed...More
The Fox Theatre is a showcase for the top performances in Atlanta. It was used for the grand opening of “Gone With of the Wind” and many of the traveling Broadway plays and musicals in Atlanta. It is in excellent condition and has a decor...More
Went to a Getty concert. Traffic in the late afternon was not as bad as O thought it woud be. Getting through security caused the concert to be delayed by 30 minutes. Sat in the front of the balcony so the seats were good.
The theatre that showed the first viewing of Gone With the Wind. Beautiful and kept up nicely. Has a history and tours to show the nooks and crannies. Not to mention the amazing architecture.
We saw Steve Martin and Martin Short - the acoustics were...More
We went to see a show, which was great, and I used the restroom at intermission. As we were leaving I couldn't find my phone and realized I might have left it on the restroom. I went to the help area and show enough they...More
I have been to the Fox Theatre over a dozen times and seen some great performances. Unfortunately, the owners/managers seem to have no respect for the theater-going experience. The main concession they sell is popcorn, which they allow into the theater. This must be the...More
Response from gblackpearls | Reviewed this property |
Drive right up to the front and drop off, there is also a parking garage across the street that you can park after you drop off. I have dropped off and then went to the Varsity to eat and watch TV till it was time to go pick... More
Drive right up to the front and drop off, there is also a parking garage across the street that you can park after you drop off. I have dropped off and then went to the Varsity to eat and watch TV till it was time to go pick up the crew.
Fox Theatre Hotel/Restaurant/Bar Suggestions (7 Replies)
A group of 7 will be at the Fox Theatre May 21st to see Jersey Boys. Are there any hotels near the theatre? Also, are there any restauants/bars in the area? Thanks!
March 19, 2011|
This is a recent post that addresses your questions on restaurants / bars. tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g44881-i234-k42256… All of the places I mentioned are walking distance from the Fox. Two others I didn't mention are Vito's (for Italian food / pizza) and City Diner, their new north Grand location, right next to the Fox. These are more casual, but good places to eat. Two other places I like are Terrene and The Scottish Arms. Both are on Sarah, about a mile east. We recently stopped...More
Fox Theatre Oakland (9 Replies)
Hubby and I are staying at the King George Union Square and have tickets for a gig at Fox Theatre Oakland. We are wondering what would be the best mode of transport for getting to the gig? Considering cab or train
August 23, 2014|
Best is cab. A better deal is BART
advance planning for weekend in May 2006 (1 Replies)
Coming to Atlanta in May to see "Wicked" at Fabulous Fox Theatre. Not very familiar with the city. Thinking about taking Amtrak. Will I need to rent a car in the city or is public transportation available and reliable? Good hotels nearby? Fun things for a family to see & do? Thanks!
November 24, 2005|
Unfortunately, it's pretty difficult to get around much of Atlanta without a car. There is a station right behind the Fox. There isn't one real near the Amtrak station in town. It's several blocks away. You could take a cab I suppose. I'm not sure, but seems like I saw somewhere that there is an Amtrak station near the airport. I might be wrong. But, there is a Marta station in the airport. You could do it without a car I guess, depending on what else you plan to do while your here. It...More