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Built in 1891, the City Opera House of Traverse City, Michigan is one of the last three completely intact Victorian-era theatre buildings in the state. It is actually the oldest of the lot, making it an extra special and historic site on the area.

The City Opera House is basically a venue for almost any grand gathering that requires a large amount of space. Initially, it hosted plays, operattas, concerts, and social functions like galas and balls. It is also a common venue for high school proms, community festivals, and other celebrations. Some people also rent the site for wedding receptions, since it is fully equipped for catered events.

The 710-seater City Opera House is a part of the National Register of Historic Places since 1972.
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