Chanhassen Dinner Theatre

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According to local lore, the theater was built on the site of a home that burned down, killing the woman who was inside. Her spirit was said to haunt the theater, along with the ghost of a former actor who was bicycling home when she was hit and killed by a car.

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Geographic Information

Address:
501 W 78th St
Chanhassen, MN 55317


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GPS:
44.8614335, -93.5352507
Nearest Towns:
Chanhassen, MN (0.2 mi.)
Eden Prairie, MN (3.2 mi.)
Excelsior, MN (3.3 mi.)
Shorewood, MN (3.8 mi.)
Greenwood, MN (3.8 mi.)
Minnetonka, MN (3.9 mi.)
Tonka Bay, MN (4.3 mi.)
Shakopee, MN (4.4 mi.)
Deephaven, MN (4.8 mi.)
Hopkins, MN (5.6 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.chanhassentheatres.com/

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  1. There’s this theater in the dinner theater called the “fireside theater” it is said that 3 people died of heart attacks in that room and they still haunt it. I’m and actor (please don’t use my name) but I have never seen anything but a lot of my colleagues have.

  2. As a kid I went to the theater with my two sisters and my friends. One of our friends moms worked there and was told that the wine cellar and one of the theaters inside were haunted. So we decided to we were going to check out the wine cellar, it was closed off do to them having no need for it I assume. We entered anyway, when we walked in to your left their was what looked like a dressing room that was still used for one of the theater. To your right was a long curved tunnel. We decided to go down it (turning on the lights before we did obviously). So we started going down many a few feet then we started noticing strange thing like a hole in the side of the wall that was big enough for two of us to sit in. Further on down is when we saw a doll encased in a glass box built into the wall, as we noticed it we talked about how creepy it was that’s when the lights suddenly turned off. Nothing but darkness, we ran. As my sisters and her friends were skreaming we found our self back to the dressing room with nothing but a red faint light coming off of an exit sign. We were out in a theater in which my friends mom was setting up the “kids sing”.

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