About the Palace Theatre
The Palace Theatre, 61 Atlantic Street, Stamford, CT 06901
The Palace Theatre is one of the grandest theaters ever built in Connecticut. Originally built by Thomas Lamb in 1927 as a vaudeville house, it was later converted to a movie theater and remained that way for nearly 50 years. It was closed in 1979 and reopened in 1982 as a venue for concerts and live theater. The Palace Theatre underwent a massive renovation in 2003, adding a new façade, marquee, and entrance with easier wheelchair access, along with a soaring two-story lobby and grand staircase, meeting rooms, a refreshments bar, expanded restrooms, a kiosk, and a new box office. The character of the historic 1586-seat theater has been wonderfully preserved as Fairfield County’s premiere proscenium theater.
Directions to the Palace Theatre
From I-95 Northbound
Take Exit 8, turn left off ramp on to Atlantic Street. The Palace Theatre will be on your left.
From I-95 Southbound
Take Exit 7, go to second light and turn right onto Atlantic Street.
The Palace Theatre is 4 blocks up on the left.
From Merritt Parkway
Take Exit 35, turn right onto High Ridge Road. Go 4.1 miles, High Ridge becomes Summer Street, which is one-way, to Broad Street. Turn left on to Broad Street, then take the first right on to Atlantic Street. The Palace Theatre will be on your right.
PARK FOR $3! The closest parking is across from the Palace Theatre, at Landmark Square Propark Garage. (Enter the garage on Atlantic or Broad Streets.). Show your ticket stub and park and pay for just $3!
Other nearby parking lots are located on lower Summer Street (which is one-way Southbound) after the Majestic Cinema:
Summer Place Garage (enter on Summer Street, Broad Street or Washington Blvd Northbound)
Park Square West Garage (enter on Summer Street)
Wells Fargo Bank Garage (enter on Summer Street)
For additional parking information, visit Stamford Downtown's Parking page .