3000 Harbor Lane
Plymouth, MN 55447
Phone: (763) 559-1222
Fax: (763) 559-7819
A night at the Plymouth Playhouse provides great food, song, dance and humor all under one roof. Plus you won't have the hassle or expense of downtown parking since the playhouse is located in the Minneapolis suburb of Plymouth. Home base for the talented, nationally known Troupe America, the Plymouth Playhouse is one of the country's leading regional dinner theaters specializing in long-running musical comedies. Recent runs of Nunsense and Pump Boys have received national notoriety, setting box office records for venues of this size. The performers strive to inspire creativity and enjoyment in the hearts and minds of the audience with no one leaving the playhouse disappointed.
The mission of this group is to provide a place for Italian automobile and motorcycle enthusiasts to connect and enjoy events in the Midwest. They are renewing interest in the industry by bringing owners and lovers of Italian craftsmanship together.
This cineplex has 12 screens and stadium seating for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Call for film times, ticket prices and further information. And do not miss on the Tuesday night discounts.
This is the place to be at if you ever wanted to have dinner at a theater. You can have this and more at New Hope Cinema & Grill. The wait staff will even serve you beer and wine as you dine. With 3 screens for your viewing pleasure, you can enjoy each production from a booth or table while you dine. This spot is great for the kids, but also shows R-rated features for an older crowd. While you can use a credit card for your dining needs, make sure to bring cash to pay for the tickets.
Offering both a spring and a fall edition, in March and October respectively, this is one of the oldest, largest and finest home and garden shows in the nation, and offers five days of breathtaking gardens, national exhibits, and everything for the home and garden.
This unique sixteen-screen, five-hundred-seat theatre complex features two twenty-seat VIP suites with reclining leather seats, a wet bar, and sound and air control systems, as well as offering an on-site restaurant.
The Metropolitan Ballroom is a performance and meeting room. The venue is often used by performance artists to unveil new album releases after showcasing a new composition or two. Jazz artists are amongst the most frequented ones at the Ballroom. The place is also available for hosting conferences and weddings. The waiting list is a long one at peak seasons. Ample parking space is available in and around to venue.
Hopkins Center For The Arts is a center that aims to promote cultural and creative activities and encourages out-of-the-box thinking in the field of art. It hosts events that not only provide entertainment, but develop and nurture creativity too, amongst the performers and the audiences as well. Featuring theater, dance studio and several other rooms, the Hopkins Center organizes movie screenings, art expositions, concerts, dance shows, workshops, seminars, art festivals; from performing to literary arts, it certainly covers a wide span. Volunteers from diverse fields are invited to join the creative gang here, thereby adding a freshness to its events and repetition of themes is avoided. Patrons can also avail various event packages on offer. For complete information and up-coming events schedule, check website.
Previously known as the Child's Play Theatre Company, Stages Theatre Company is a professionally staffed nonprofit arts organization that provides young people experiences in the theater, both on stage and behind the scenes. With most cast members under 18 years of age, the company walks a thin line trying to present age appropriate material, from adaptations of children's stories to poignant social matters. This dynamic acting troupe produces seven plays between October and July with all performances given at the Hopkins Center for the Arts. Please call or visit the website for performance and ticket information.
Midwest Music Museum commemorates the power of music as a common thread binding worldwide communities. It was established in 1996 as a platform for local musicians to achieve recognition for their talent and continues to patronize original compositions and alternative genres. They organize several educational programs, exhibitions and live performances throughout the year. Some of the exhibits include artifacts, photographs, documents and memorabilia of legendary The Beatles.
The largest and most complete sport show in the Upper Midwest, this show is usually held in late March into early April and features over six hundred exhibitors showcasing the newest models of boats, motors, fishing tackle, hunting gear, RVs, trucks, vans, ATVs and more.
This annual three-day automotive event features celebrity autographs, motorcycle and BMX racing, fashion shows, world-renown show cars, plus hundreds of locally owned and built show quality vehicles, and usually takes place in March; one should call for exact dates each year.