National Historic Landmarks are a popular way of fans to get to know the rich history of our nation. Located in the center of Detroit, Michigan is the Fisher Theatre, a venue that is part of the skyscraper that has the same name. The 2,100 capacity venue is home to various shows and musicals. This venue has been in business since 1928 and is also home to many art gallery showings as well. During the Great Depression, this venue was mainly used as a cinema and has since expanded into other shows as well. Since it was revamped in 1961, it has been wholly owned and operated by the Nederlander Organization. Today, it hosts numerous Broadway shows and still features old style interior decor that matches the unique and historical culture of the location. Fans looking for tickets to this great venue can expect a truly magical experience in terms of their overall aesthetic experience.