Saginaw's intimate Temple Theatre originally opened in 1927 as a vaudeville and silent movie house. Now, newly and majestically restored, its dazzling decor, opulent ornamentation and astounding acoustics are revived, welcoming in new generations to its splendor while amazing loyal audiences who remember its original grandeur and elegant ambience. The theatre seats 1750 and boasts of Michigan's largest indoor movie screen north of Detroit. Plus, with the adjacent, fully renovated three-story Temple Ballroom and banquet hall available for receptions and afterglows, the Temple makes every occasion a red-carpet celebration. Handicap accessible.