1600 Emmet Street
Charlottesville, VA 22901
Phone: (434) 971-3746
Fax: (434) 977-7847
1600 Emmet Street, Charlottesville, VA, US, 22901
- Phone: (434) 971-3746
- Fax: (434) 977-7847
A multiple screen theater showing the latest in movies.
Opened in the summer of 2006 to replace the aging University Hall, the University of Virginia now holds its basketball games, concerts and other events in this 16,000 seat arena. Built almost entirely from a private donation, it takes its name from a former alumni, and not the Revolutionary War naval hero. It shouldn't be hard for fans to find, since it's right across the street from the old facility. Parking for 2,500 cars is also by the facility, and more is within walking distance.
Annual Spring & Fall book sales sponsored by the Friends of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library. All categories of books and recordings in excellent condition and at low prices. Continuous re-stocking. Proceeds benefit the programs and services of the Jefferson-Madison Regional Library.
UVA Alumni Hall or the University of Virginia Alumni Hall is one of the important administrative buildings of the university. What initially was a private house was transformed into a modern event facility in 1936. The structure was further extended and dedicated to the brave students who served as soldiers in the Second World War. Currently, it hosts variety of events and functions organized by the Alumni Association. For further details, check the website or call ahead.
An ideal place to conduct business meetings and conferences, Open Space comprises of a conference studio, a workbench studio, campfire studio, a gallery, a kitchen, 34 workstations and a concierge bar. Fully equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities, this business center has a committed staff that will help you organize your event, be it small or large scale. The gallery present within the center is usually used for holding exhibitions, art shows, book readings and a variety of other events.
Sporting a Greek influenced facade, Paramount Theater is a premium entertainment venue in Charlottesville that has made watching movies an unique experience. With huge renaissance period paintings adorning the wall, this theater features a neo-classical ambiance. Well-equipped with the state-of-the-art facilities, this theater boasts luxurious seating arrangements and amazing sound system. This theater aims at promoting art and culture with theatrical performances, cultural events and workshops.
You will find first-run Hollywood movies, critically acclaimed films, and alternative productions at this movie cinema which also features a concession stand and comfortable seating.
Since its establishment in 1912, the Jefferson theater located at the Historic Downtown Mall has hosted a variety of events ranging from silent movies to live musicals. After a complete make-over and renovation, it re-opened in 2007 to entertain the audience once again. The decor with a modern touch manages to retain the original and traditional charm. Modern acoustics and lighting equipments ensure that every spectator enjoys the show sans any hassles. It also has two fully-equipped bars, where you can enjoy pre-theater drinks. For complete details and event schedule, check the website or call ahead.
Dedicated to serving families in the central Virginia region, this theatre exposes children and young adults to positive, stimulating, cultural, and educational live theatre and puppetry arts.
An upbeat and upscale outdoor performing space, Charlottesville Pavilion's proximity to major restaurants, cafes and shopping centers in downtown area has made it a hot-spot among locals. Founded in 2005, this venue consists of a big lawn, a first-class seating space and a professional stage. Welcoming local and national artists to perform here, this is one of the most popular cultural spots in the city. Some of the music legends who have played here include James Brown, Loretta Lynn, Bonnie Raitt, David Byrne and George Clinton. Check website for more details.
Have a wholesome game day experience and long for more at the Scott Stadium. And while the teams take a breather get grooving with the concerts. With a seating capacity of over 60,000, the stadium is equipped to entertain spectators and the media alike. Television monitors installed will ensure you dont miss the action while your not on your seat. Ample parking is available.
In the vicinity of Charlottesville, Albemarle County, Virginia lays the Farmington House. Constructed originally in 1780, the house spans over 1753 acres (709 hectares). Farmington occupies tremendous historic significance and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 15, 1970. At present, the house stands as a clubhouse. Initially, the house was a two-story, three-bay brick house. Post additions, the portico is of two stories with three central bays.