TOURS WILL RESUME 1st SATURDAY OF THE MONTH BEGINNING APRIL 5, 2014
Brrrr! It's cold in the unheated Holly Theatre. So we're taking a short break from offering the popular Holly Theatre public tours until Spring rolls around, but be sure to visit us beginning April 5th to see what we've been up to.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the restoration of Medford's iconic 1930 show palace. Like many movie theaters of its era, the Holly was bigger than life -- replete with ornate woodworking, a highly decorated interior, a grand neon sign and marquee, and lavish draperies and furnishings. And we're in the process of restoring the theater and giving it a second life as a concert venue and performing arts center. Learn all about it and what it will look like when completed during a fun and informative tour.
Visit the Grand Auditorium
Tour the Main Lobby and expanded 2nd Floor Reception Hall
Satisfy your inner geek with a peek in the original projection room
Go on a backstage tour to the star dressing rooms
And feel the glamor of a turn on the theater's mainstage
Gasp at the view from the top of the auditorium
Learn what shows are in store at the Holly
See artist's rendering of what it will look like when work is complete
Tour preparations, routes and safety work have been coordinated with and inspected by the City of Medford, OSHA and the Medford Fire Department.
You Should Know
1st Saturday monthly
11:00am to 1:00pm
Every 30 minutes
First come, first served
Holly Theatre 226 S 6th Street (at Holly Street), Medford, Oregon
Private tours for groups of 10 or more may also be scheduled for other dates and times. Call (541) 772-3797 or email us email@example.com
The Holly is a construction site. Be aware of the following:
There are 144 stairs on the tour*
There are steep ramps and narrow passages
Floors and walkways may not be even
No open-toed shoes or sandals
*an abbreviated tour will also be available with advance notice for those with more limited mobility. Call 541-772-3797 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Until restoration is complete, there is not an elevator in the building.