Saint Louis, MO

Take a tour of The Fabulous Fox Theatre

Steve Chao

St. Louis, MO – The Fabulous Fox Theater was first constructed in 1927 by the founder of a production company named William Fox, the official opening night of the theater was in 1929.

The Fox Theater was built to provide entertainment for the people of St. Louis without having to look for entertainment outside of St. Louis. Until today The Fabulous Fox Theater continues to provide the finest entertainment in St. Louis.

The theater offers Best of Broadway here in St. Louis. You can also see Vegas performers, top pop, rock, and even comedy concerts as well as watching classic movies.

Not only does the theater offers interesting entertainments and performances but it also offers visitors a beautifully designed ceiling and its interior.

Learn and discover more about The Fabulous Fox Theater and take a tour of the magnificent theater. The tour will include a walking tour around the Theater and witness the behind-the-scenes.

On August 7, the theater has added a second tour which started at 11 a.m., every Saturday and the first tour will start at 10.30 a.m. every Saturday. However, if there is a scheduled matinee performance the second tour will not be available.

Tickets for the Saturday tour will cost $10 each and free tickets for children under two years old. It is advised that tickets must be purchased in advance and each week the sales will end on Friday at 5 p.m.

Choose the date for your visit and purchase here.

The return of this Saturday Tour will follow the Covid-19 health and safety guidelines, to avoid direct contact tickets will be delivered to the mobile devices. During the walking, tour masks are required and before entering the theater temperature will be checked.

All staff and tour guides will also wear masks and have their temperature checked. The tour will be limited to twenty guest’s capacity.

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