Preservation of Bluefield

The Bluefield Preservation Society has revitalized many areas throughout the city. Our current project is the restoration of the historic Granada Theater located on 537 Commerce Street.  

The historic Granada Theater, which was closed in 1977, will soon come back to life. 

- Bluefield Preservation Society

The Granada Theatre opened January 2, 1928, with Mary Astor in "Rose of the Golden West." 

The Theater was modernized in 1949 to the plans of architect E. H. Geissler. The theater was built for vaudeville acts and brought many talents to the area such as Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, and Greer Garson. 

Rose of the Golden West, 1927

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Preservation starts with you! 

Bluefield Preservation Society

P.O. Box 4044, Bluefield, West Virginia 

(304) 589-0239

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