296 Horton Grand Theatre Tips
- Casual 3
- Take public transit 2
- Parking is scarce 2
- Park in lot 1
- Dine before you go 2
- Food and drinks for purchase 1
Don't park at Horton Plaza as you must get in after 8:00 p.m. to get the $10 fee. If not, you will pay over $25.00.
Sunday 2PM performances allow for easy parking downtown when meters, yellow and green zones are not enforced.
Miracle on 34th Street: A Live Musical Radio Play
The weather was cool after the sun goes down.. I wore walking shoes, layers for before and after walk from parking. .
The valet is as cheap as the garage so we did that instead of parking ourselves. You have to be back by 11pm to get your car.
We ate at Bice's which was good, but there are several within walking distance that offer any kind of food you could want.
The weather was Nice. I wore Nice pants and matching jacket. It was casual/dressy.
The parking in the nearby (2-3 blocks) Padre Parcade was only $1 an hour. A delite to pay only $3 to see anything downtown!!!
the show is 3 hours, but you will forget the time. it just disappears.
Street parking can be hard to find but there is a large parking structure right across the street from the theater.
5th ave transit station is closed for repairs. College Ave is the last station on the Blue Line so leave extra time for your trip.
The underground parking garage across the street from the theatre is a good deal.
Parking across the street for $6.
Woman in the Mirror: A Dancer’s Journey
We parked at Horton Plaza, ate there, had our parking validated and parking was $18 instead of $32.
very difficult to find parking place off the streets, there is a parking structure just across - $15 for the evening. You might go there early and enjoy your dinner and your evening out!