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St. Anthony Main Theater

115 Main St. SE Minneapolis, MN 55414 | University | 612-331-4723

Location Description:

This five-screen theater is located along the historic St. Anthony Main area of Minneapolis, next to the Stone Arch Bridge and the Mississippi River. The theater features a full-service concessions stand, wheelchair-accessible first-floor auditoriums, and private theater space rentals.


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