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Byrd Theatre dates from the Golden Age of Hollywood. Few of these classic theatres remain in use. The seats are reasonably comfortable and the cost of tickets will not break the bank, it's good for a cheap date. One of the glories of the Byrd...More
We went as part of date night to see The Greatest Showman and it couldn't have been in a more appropriate setting. Freshly popped corn, the sloping seating rolling out before the sculpted and painted walls created an atmosphere that rounded out our night perfectly....More
The Byrd Theater was a breath of fresh air to my normal movie going experience. The tickets are cheap and its unlikely there will be a large crowd. Although it was built in 1928, it has everything you need. Comfortable enough seats, candy/popcorn, and a...More
My wife and I love discovering local movie theaters when traveling. The Byrd Theater was a rare, especially historic find. At the time we saw a Saturday morning matinee of An American Tail - part of a series they run for family oriented classic movies....More
Built in 1928! This is a Richmond landmark that must be experienced! Myself and my wife went before Christmas and before the movie there was a sing -a-long with a Wurlitzer organ! The movie theatre is beautiful! Truly an experience!
They just Friday installed new seats and they are great! If you didn't want to return because of those old seats, try again!!
Also they now accept credit card for drinks and popcorn except refills )yeah odd but it's coming they said).
I thoroughly enjoyed going to The Byrd. The theater is gorgeous, but is undergoing some much needed restoration of the seats and carpet. I was a little shocked first walking in on the condition of the seating. That should be much improved soon. Overall a...More
Carytown area has much to offer and the Byrd Theater is a local treasure. Movies are often recent runs from larger movie houses but the prices are $2 per person. Great when you are a family of 7. Clean bathrooms and lobby areas. The seats...More
This is a must see if you are interested in film history, architecture, cheap films, or just interesting places to see! It is a really cool experience to sit in a theater as majestic as this is with a box of popcorn and watch a...More