El Morro Theater
The 1928 El Morro Theatre is a shining example of a unique regional building style, Pueblo Deco. El Morro tends to be open sporadically for events and the occasional film fest; on Saturdays it offers a kids matinee—call to find out what's on the schedule. Walk one block south of Route 66 to have a look (while the interior has been refurbished, only the exterior reflects its period glory).
El Morro Theatre is a 1926, Spanish Colonial Revival theater. It was renovated in 1991 and 2006 and features plush seating, a mezzanine and a special dining zone with stage views. Owned by the city of Gallup, it is not only used for movies but for music, dance, drama and other cultural activities.
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