As the crown jewel of downtown Detroit’s Entertainment District, the Detroit Opera House covers one city block between Witherell Street, John R. Street, Broadway Street and Madison Street. Detroit’s Entertainment District is also home to six restored theaters, Ford Field, Comerica Park and three casinos.

Detroit Opera House

1526 Broadway Street
Detroit, MI 48226

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About the Opera House

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Originally opened as the Capitol Theatre in 1922, the Detroit Opera House is the crown jewel of downtown Detroit's Theater District.

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View directions to the Detroit Opera House as well as MDOT lane closures and construction.
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The Detroit Opera House offers prepaid parking, valet parking, and shuttles for Sunday subscribers.
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The Cadillac Café is a cozy, pub-like bistro right inside the Detroit Opera House or you can satisfy your palate at any of the Theater District's fabulous restaurants.
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Dress Code

The Detroit Opera House has no defined dress code policy. You should dress comfortably—”life is short, opera is long,” as the saying goes.
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Experience all that downtown Detroit has to offer! There are several hotels conveniently located near the Detroit Opera House.
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Accessible seating for patrons in wheelchairs is available in all price ranges on the orchestra level. When inquiring about tickets, please ask about these locations if you require special accommodations.
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