Welcome to Magic's Theater and Museum
Located in Southwest Austin, Magic's Theater and Museum offers an intriguing detour from the hustle and bustle of Austin Entertainment districts. The museum is located on Fitzhuge Road off Hwy 290W few miles West of "the Y" in Oak Hill. Stepping inside you'll find a wide variety of magical pieces and memorabilia from famous magicians of years past. The museum features two live magic shows on Friday and Saturday night. The museum itself is open Tuesday through Thursday, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Please call 512-289-4461 24 hours in advance for reservations. Museum entry fees are $6 for adults and $4 for children 16 and under.
Saturday Night (On Stage) Show
The Saturday Night Show begins at 7:00 p.m., and doors open at 6:30 p.m. The show is family-friendly and is approximately an hour and fifteen minutes. Enjoy sleight-of-hand magic, stage illusions and an array of audience participation magic. Scroll down to make your reservations.
Friday Night (Close-Up) Show
By reservation only, the Friday Night Close-Up Show begins at 8:00 p.m. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before show time. It is a family-friendly 50-minute show and the recommended age for children is eight years and up. Scroll down to make your reservations.
Magic Show Prices:
- Adults (17+) - $18
- Kids (4-16) - $12
Magic's Theater is a BYOB establishment and charges a one-time corkage fee of $20.
- Photographs and posters of contemporary Magicians David Copperfield, Dean Dill, Fred Kapps, Professor Dai Vernon, and Lance Burton
- Harry Houdini's Chinese Water Torture Cell
- American Sculptor John Roger's 1877 "The Traveling Magician" and "School Days"
- 1924 Carter the Great Vanishing the Elephant poster
- World famous Magician Doug Henning's personal wardrobe, props and photographs
- Cardini photographs and award plaque
- T. Nelson Downs' photographs and coins
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