Fox Theatre - Neville Center

Keith Neville, born 1884 opened the Fox Theater in October of 1929. The building was designed by Omaha’s architect Frederick A. Henninger and completed by builder Alex Beck.

Initially, it was used for vaudeville productions and later as a full-time motion picture theater.

2017 the thearte got a makeover and got 850 new seats and is now showing movies.

Name of the Roadside Attraction: North Platte Community Palyhouse - The Fox
Parking:in town
Time required:20 minutes to look
Descripton:Old vaudeville theatre in North Platte
Next town:North Platte, NE
Findable:easy in town
Fee area:no - open for puplic
Giftshop: no
Food or drinks: no
Kind of attraction: US Landmark
Best time to vistit: all year

   How to find

Address: 301 E 5th St, North Platte, NE 69101, USA
Directions: Take exit 177 o I-80 - drive on Highway 83 North for 2 miles, then take a right on E 5th Street.
Opening Hours: Check Website
Last visited: May 2017