The Grand Palace Theatre closed its doors in 2008 but used to be one of the largest facilities of its kind in the Ozarks.
Numerous stars ranging from the Oak Ridge Boys to Mel Tillis appeared at the theater throughout its many years in business, providing high-quality entertainment to up to 4,000 guests.
Inside you'll find an antebellum mansion-style design, complete with elegant furnishings and accessories. A crystal chandelier comprised of 10,000 pieces hangs above the lobby, offering the perfect first sight when walking into the theater. Whether you plan on attending a show at the Grand Palace Theatre or simply want to stop by to see the sights, you're sure to feel the overwhelming sense of grandeur that emanates from every angle of the building.
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