Exeter Opera House
Water Street and Spring Street,
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Located on Water Street near the corner of Spring Street. Built in 1805 as a First Baptist Church, in 1876 the building was converted into an armory. It was converted into the Exeter Opera House in 1888. Seating was provided for 632 in orchestra and balcony levels. The London Bioscope Company presented films here on May 18 & 19, 1903. It was operating as a full time movie theatre by 1914. It was destroyed by fire in September 1919.
Research credited to Nancy Carnegie Merrill of Exeter, NH
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