426 Crown City Theatre Tips
- Casual 6
- Street parking only 3
- Parking is free 2
- Parking is scarce 2
- Dine before you go 2
There are a ton of places open before and after the play. We ended up eating at Ruby's because the play ended around 10 and it was on our route back to the metro.
The weather was cool. I wore Jeans, flats, a sweater, and a jacket on top..
The metro red line drops you off like a mile away from the theatre. It's not a bad walk for a Friday night. Lots of restaurants and bars to stop at too!
Arrive early for free street parking - we got a place right in front about 30 minutes early!
The weather was cool. I wore long sleeved top and pants. Needed a heavier jacket as didn't have one and borrowed my boyfriend's coat..
If you don't mind a 15 minute walk, lots of fun restaurants on Magnolia to choose from.
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Street Parking - Allow time to find a spot.
Somewhere in the Middle
Parking is really awful near the church and theater, so get there early to find street parking. You may have to walk a few blocks.
I suggest arriving at least 15 min. before start time. If the parking lot fills, parking is very tricky (challenging, difficult, frustrating)
Limited snacks and drinks (inc. wine) available for purchase, or bring your own.
parking at this venue is VERY difficult. there are some spaces alongside of the adjoining building. The venue does not have its own parking space and there is no close paid parking in the immediate area.
The theater does not have air conditioning. It gets really warm on hot summer days. If the weather is hot and/or humid, I would recommend an evening performance.
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