The Louisville Palace


625 S 4th St
N of W Broadway, W of I-65
Louisville KY 40202-2403 USA
(502) 583-4555


[The Louisville Palace website]

geo: 38.248109,-85.757564
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Originally known as ''Loew's Theatre'' and later as ''United Artists State Theatre'' and ''The Penthouse,'' the Louisville Palace Theatre is an outstanding example of the ''film palace'' of the 1920s. Located in the heart of Downtown Louisville, the structure is a masterpiece of the architect John Eberson's famous ''atmospheric'' theaters. Dedicated in 1928, the elaborate ceramic tile façade is executed in a Spanish Baroque ''Churriguerresque'' style. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.   Read more »

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