A Historic Arts and Cinema Experience
Opened in 1929, The Landmark Loew's Jersey Theatre was once one of the state's largest movie theaters. Today, the bonafide "movie palace," equipped with a pipe organ, orchestra pit and an impressive screen, remains a notable Jersey City destination. No longer just a cinema house, the theater is run by Friend's of the Loew's, Inc., and functions as a non-profit arts and entertainment center. Plays, concerts and musicals now share the stage, but you can still catch a movie here the old-fashioned way, on 35mm film.
By Kim Fortson, AFAR Contributor
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54 Journal Square Plaza, Jersey City, NJ 07306, USA