76043 Sidney Place
Yulee, FL 32097
Phone: (904) 225-2600
Fax: (904) 225-1966
This theater features 14 screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Check online for film times, ticket prices and further information.
DB Milne Field is a 5,000-seat multi-purpose stadium on the Jacksonville University campus. The field is home to the Jacksonville Dolphins football team.
The Swisher Theater, located at The Jacksonville University opened its doors to much fanfare in January 2007. The theater is a state-of-the-art teaching and performance center. Students gain experience with industry-standard lighting and stage controls while presenting University and public performances—a great advantage to students who want to make the stage their career. Modernized and with the latest technology, watching plays, performances and acts here is a pleasure.
Swisher Gymnasium which is a 1,500 seat multi-functional sports facility in Jacksonville is an ideal location for sport enthusiasts. This arena is the home turf of the Jackson University's women's basketball team. The arena also hosts a multitude of music events as well.
Pride of Fort George Island, the Ribault Inn Club is done up in expansive Colonial Revival style of architecture. The place offered various recreational activities such as yachting, golfing, hunting, fishing and such, for the people of nearby communities. Although now the Ribault Inn Club has ceased to exist, its site is used as the headquarters for Fort George Island's Visitor Center. The locations is also rented out for various upscale events.
The Ritz Theatre is home to gospel, jazz, other entertainment and nightlife. Community theater and film are also featured. The neighboring LaVilla Museum has more than 11,000 square feet of exhibit space and is home to art and artifacts from several African nations, as well as photographs by Aaron Mervin, paintings, ceramics and other visual arts. Local African-American artists' works are featured each year during Black History Month in February at this cultural arts center.
The only professional dance company in Jacksonville, this not-for-profit group of talented dancers performs a subscription series each year at the Florida Theatre (The), located downtown off I-95 and Main Street. The much-loved performance of the Nutcracker Suite is a favorite during the holiday season in December. If you are an aspiring ballerina or dancer, inquire about their professional training program called Florida Ballet II. The season begins in late October and ends in April, with an occasional summer performance. Florida Theatre seats up to 2,000 people.
The Jacksonville city in the U.S. State of Florida is bequeathed with an array of historical sites, the Young Men's Hebrew Association stands as a prominent site among them. The organization dates back to 1854, and was basically established to help the Jewish areas.
This impressive building with 42-foot high Doric columns, 75-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings and handsome marble floors was once the nation's largest railway station. Restored and renovated, it now hosts meetings and conventions of varying sizes, including traveling shows, corporate and charity events. The 265,000 square feet (24619.3 square meters) of space boasts fully equipped kitchens and banquet facilities that can serve up to 3,000, with 22 separate rooms able to accommodate groups of up to 1,000. Plenty of lodging is close by, as well as a variety of dining and entertainment facilities at Jacksonville Landing.
Fun local events like the Greater Jacksonville Agricultural Fair and big concerts like the Vans Warped Tour, cannot find a better place than the Jacksonville Fairgrounds. Located close from the river and not far from EverBank Field, you can check out the various exciting events that take place here.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Florida Theatre was originally designed for both stage shows and motion pictures, and is now home to concerts, dance, plays, opera and film, as well as community-sponsored events such as lectures, private parties, conferences and corporate meetings. The theatre reflects the theme of a Moorish courtyard at night, with stars overhead, balconies, and trickling fountains. The building was restored in 1983 with state of the art technical equipment and seats approximately 2,000 people. Visit their web site or call for information on upcoming events.
Underbelly is one of Jacksonville's leading live music venues. Perhaps most popular for its laid back vibe, Underbelly attracts a diverse crew of music lovers, with a bent that skews slightly hipster. There is a dance floor in front of the main stage if the music compels you to dance, and some couches nearby for when you need a rest between songs. Go with your buddies, grab some beers at the bar and get down at this Jacksonville favorite.