City of anderson

Anderson is a city in and the county seat of Madison County, Indiana, United States. It is the principal city of the Anderson, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area which encompasses Madison County. Anderson is the headquarters of the Church of God (Anderson) and home of Anderson University, which is affiliated with that denomination. Highlights of the city include the historic Paramount Theatre, the Gruenewald Historic House, and the Anderson Bank Building.

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Anderson Museum of art

Located right next door, The Anderson Museum of Art has a wonderful collection of visual art, offers a variety of classes and workshops for youth and adults, and provides a spectacular venue for wedding receptions and other special occasions. Definitely worth a visit!

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The paramount theatre centre and ballroom

The Paramount Theatre Centre & Ballroom is a historic movie theater located in Anderson, Madison County, Indiana. It opened on August 20, 1929, and at the time was part of the Publix Chain of theaters, owned by Paramount Pictures (hence the theater's name). The theater was designed by the famous movie theater architect, John Eberson. The Paramount is an atmospheric theater (an architectural style that gave the appearance of an open star-filled sky) and is one of twelve atmospheric theatres left standing in the United States and Canada.