Cinema in the Cemetery
Friends of the Cemetery and Trylon Microcinema are proud to present The Haunting (1963) at Minneapolis Pioneers and Soldiers Memorial Cemetery located at 2925 Cedar Avenue in Minneapolis.
Saturday, September 12: Gates 7:00pm | Showtime: Dusk (approximately 8:00)
Wise's horror classic spins the tale of Hill House, a gothic mansion afflicted by tragic events in its past. When Dr. John Markway (Johnson) invites a small group to investigate paranormal activity, a meek attendee (Harris) finds herself strangely drawn to her surroundings despite ominous and inexplicable events.Director Robert Wise w/Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson (1963, HD, 112m).
The proceeds from the event will help support the Friends of the Cemetery's efforts to restore the steel picket and limestone fence that serves as the border of the cemetery along Lake Street and Cedar Avenue.
Tickets: $5 in advance through September 5 | $8 after September 5 online or at the gate. Trylon discount cards will be accepted at the gate. Children 12 and under free. At-door ticket sales are cash only - credit cards will not be accepted.
Come early to experience the historic cemetery and smart phone history hunts. Taco Taxi food truck will sell food during the event. No alcoholic beverages or pets are allowed. Blankets and lawn chairs are welcome. Area immediately in front of the stage will be a chair-free zone.
Getting to the show: On-street parking is available. No general parking within the cemetery; however, some accessible parking will be available. We encourage using public transportation or biking to the event. The Lake Street light rail stop is a short walk from the cemetery, and it is also easily accessible from multiple bus routes. Bike parking will be available within the cemetery.
Pioneers and Soldiers Cemetery (View)
2925 Cedar Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55405
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|