133 E. Pearl St. Granbury, TX 76048 website 817-579-0952
Accessibility Rating: 4.8/5
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- Entrance Area
- Maneuverability Inside
- Restroom Access
- Customer Service
The crown jewel of Granbury’s arts scene is the newly refurbished Granbury Opera House. Originally built in 1886, the Opera House has been painstakingly renovated to the period, boasting elaborate, imported chandeliers, elegant twin curved staircases, the original limestone walls, filigree iron balcony railings, pressed-tin-inspired acoustic ceiling tiles and an intimate seating arrangement.
Measures were taken to increase accessibility of the theater when the renovations were done. The
doors to the entrance are quite wide and ground floor seating with no steps for those with mobility issues (seats CR 1-12) are available. Handicap restroom facilities are in both the men’s and women’s restrooms.
Plenty of handicap parking spots are available in the square across from the theater. Please note that a small curb to get from the street to the sidewalk exists, but should be manageable for most.
This theater is very popular and often the shows are sold out which means the foyer gets crowded. You may need to maneuver around people to get to your seat. The staff is very helpful and available to provide help navigating to your seat upon request.