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Magics Theater and Museum

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13419 Fitzhugh Road

(512) 289-4461

Magics Theater and Museum # 30 Austin Attraction
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Ivan Collins Last updated on Apr 04, 2024 by

Welcome to Magic's Theater and Museum
Located in Southwest Austin, Magic's Theater and Museum offers an intriguing detour from the hustle and bustle of Austin Entertainment districts. The museum is located on Fitzhuge Road off Hwy 290W few miles West of "the Y" in Oak Hill. Stepping inside you'll find a wide variety of magical pieces and memorabilia from famous magicians of years past. Magic's Theater features public magic shows on weekend nights as well as the option for private magic shows on week nights. The museum itself is open to magic show guests who may arrive 30 minutes early to tour the premises. 
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Close Up Magic in Action at Magic's Theatre

About Public Magic Shows
The public magic show is available every Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m. Public magic show tickets are $45 per person. All sales are final. No refunds.

About Private Magic Shows
The private magic show is available on Monday - Thursday at 8:00 p.m., with a minimum of four people or more. Private show tickets are $45 per person. All sales are final, no refunds.

Important Details
  • Public magic shows are for ages 18 years and up.
  • Private magic shows are for ages 12 years and up.
  • All Magic Shows are $45 per person.
  • Private magic shows require a minimum of 4 guests. If you book for less, your reservation will be cancelled.
  • Business casual attire. No shorts, flip flops, sweats or jeans.
  • Show days and time may vary, so please use the Buy Tickets button to find available date and time.
  • Reservations are required. If you need to add to your party, please book an additional reservation.
  • This is a BYOB establishment with limits. Beer and Wine Only. No other beverages or snacks permitted.

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Magical Pieces in the Museum
We recommend you show up early or stick around after the show to peruse the museum. It features various pieces of art including all of the following: 
  • Photographs and posters of contemporary Magicians David Copperfield, Dean Dill, Fred Kapps, Professor Dai Vernon, and Lance Burton
  • Harry Houdini's Chinese Water Torture Cell
  • American Sculptor John Roger's 1877 "The Traveling Magician" and "School Days"
  • 1924 Carter the Great Vanishing the Elephant poster
  • World famous Magician Doug Henning's personal wardrobe, props and photographs
  • Cardini photographs and award plaque
  • T. Nelson Downs' photographs and coins

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