A movie palace and live entertainment venue, Loew’s Jersey Theatre dates back to 1929 and is one of the five Loew’s Wonder Theatres. The very first performance was given by Ben Black, Madame X, a live musical performance by Ben Black and his Rhythm Kings and the Loew's Symphony Orchestra. Designed in Baroque and Rocco style, the theatre is a New Jersey Registered Historic Site.
Clock tower on the Loew's Jersey Theatre depicting St. George and the dragon is a must observe. Gilbert and Sullivan operas, Jersey City sponsored events, touring productions, live performances by musicians and bands and shows for children are conducted regularly. The Loew's is principal venue for the Golden Door Film Festival. The theatre is also a popular venue for fundraising and corporate events, and weddings.
Entrance Ticket Details For Loew's Jersey Theatre
- For ticket prices, check official website.
Loew's Jersey Theatre Hours
- Box office: 10.00 am to 06.00 pm
- The box office typically opens 45 minutes before Friends of the Loew's film screenings and events.
- For event schedule, check official website.
How to Reach Loew's Jersey Theatre
- Trains to Journal square.
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95% of people who visit Jersey City include Loew's Jersey Theatre in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
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Loew's Jersey Theatre Reviews & Ratings
Great historic site of a palace type movie theater from the late 20s. Worth a visit to tour or take in a special event. Check their website
This place is beautiful. Please donate to help keep this place running. Volunteer please. It's a must check it out kinda place. I can only donate. I live on long island and I am not available for volunteering as much as I would like.
The organ is amazing and there's so few places you can experience a classic silent movie the way it was meant to be. They also play classic films like Blazing Saddles, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Goodfellas, etc, and it's awesome to see them on the big screen. The tickets are a good deal in my opinion, at around $8 for a single & $14 for a double feature. This classic movie palace is in the process of being renovated, led by volunteers. There's a lot of work left to be done, so you'll have to look past a few rough edges. But it's beautiful as it is and you should come out to see a show and buy some extra popcorn so they can keep fixing it up.
A beautiful old Movie Palace OhLaLa la I love it.
Me and my family have been coming here for years now to see movies. It’s the best movie theater around. Reasonably priced admission and snacks, great films, dedicated staff, huge screen, great organ and just the most wonderful, historic atmosphere to enjoy a night at the movies. We even volunteer over the summer when we can. Only wish they’d show more movies, but maybe then it wouldn’t seem so special. Make the effort to visit this remarkable venue!