The Egyptian Theatre is a historic theater located on Main Street in Park City. Constructed between 1922 and 1926, the style of the architecture was influenced by the discovery of King Tut’s tomb in 1922, and the theatre was decorated with Egyptian motifs like hieroglyphics, lotus leaves, and scarabs.
Originally built for vaudeville acts, it was mostly used as a movie house. In 1963, the name of the theater changed to the Silver Wheel Theatre. After a major renovation in 1998, the theater opened its doors again as the Egyptian Theatre. Also known as the Mary J. Steiner Egyptian Theatre and as the Egyptian Theatre in Park City, it is now a venue for comedy acts, films andspecial events.
328 Main Street, Park City, Utah, Phone: 435-649-9371
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