Inside the Theater
Curious to know the story behind the winged sculpture in The Smith Center’s Grand Lobby?
Intrigued to learn the secrets of the massive light feature in Reynolds Hall?
…Or maybe you just want to experience The Smith Center’s three theaters when they’re empty, to scope out the best seats?
You can discover all of this and more, during free tours this summer at The Smith Center.
Conducted two to four times a week, these free tours offer the full scoop on many little-known facts about The Smith Center’s history, architecture and theaters.
Tour participants will get the chance to enjoy many aspects of their community’s performing arts center that they may not have experienced before, such as the Carillon Salon and the Founders Room.
Lasting approximately one hour and 45 minutes, tours of The Smith Center are appropriate for individuals and families of all ages - and a great indoor activity to escape sweltering summer heat!
Reserve A Spot
You must have a reservation to attend a free Smith Center tour.
People can also reserve a spot by calling the box office directly at 702.749.2000.
To Keep In Mind
While stairs are involved during The Smith Center’s tours, elevators are also available. Please dress comfortably, including good walking shoes. Please meet for each tour outside by the Fred and Mary Reynolds statue, between the Reynolds building and the Boman Pavilion. During poor weather, meet at the box office.