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The Aztec Theater boasts a unique Mayan Revival styled interior, reminiscent of exotic-themed theaters popular in the United States during the 1920s. Its Mesoamerican details include carvings, plaques, painted symbols, and other lavish fixtures. The theater fell into decline in the 1970s and 1980s, prompting the San Antonio Conservation Society to prevent its demolition by purchasing the structure in 1988. A $15 million renovation took advantage of the federal historic rehabilitation tax credit in 2010, and today the Aztec is alive again hosting musical acts and revelers in its grand interior.

The Aztec Theater boasts a unique Mayan Revival styled interior, reminiscent of exotic-themed theaters popular in the United States during the 1920s. Its Mesoamerican details include carvings, plaques, painted symbols, and other lavish fixtures. The theater fell into decline in the 1970s and 1980s, prompting the San Antonio Conservation Society to prevent its demolition by purchasing the structure in 1988. A $15 million renovation took advantage of the federal historic rehabilitation tax credit in 2010, and today the Aztec is alive again hosting musical acts and revelers in its grand interior. Photo courtesy of Centro San Antonio.

The Aztec Theater boasts a unique Mayan Revival styled interior, reminiscent of exotic-themed theaters popular in the United States during the 1920s. Its Mesoamerican details include carvings, plaques, painted symbols, and other lavish fixtures. The theater fell into decline in the 1970s and 1980s, prompting the San Antonio Conservation Society to prevent its demolition by purchasing the structure in 1988. A $15 million renovation took advantage of the federal historic rehabilitation tax credit in 2010, and today the Aztec is alive again hosting musical acts and revelers in its grand interior.