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The Willamette Valley and Wine Country Sights

Elsinore Theatre

  • 170 High St. S.E. Map It
  • Salem
  • Arts/Performance Venue

Updated 10/15/2014

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This flamboyant Tudor Gothic vaudeville house opened on May 28, 1926, with Edgar Bergen in attendance. Clark Gable (who lived in nearby Silverton) and Gregory Peck performed on stage. The theater was designed to look like a castle, with a false-stone front, chandeliers, ironwork, and stained-glass windows. It's now a lively performing arts center with a busy schedule of bookings, and there are concerts on its Wurlitzer pipe organ.

Sight Information

Address:

170 High St. S.E., Salem, Oregon, 97301, United States

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Phone:

503-375–3574

Updated 10/15/2014

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