The Comet Theater, Minnesota's Longest-Running Movie Theater, Is Also A Unique Gift Shop
By Betsy Rathburn|Published December 19, 2020
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Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, many Minnesota movie theaters took a hit in 2020. Many were able to host drive-in movie nights throughout the summer, while others have used other methods to stay afloat. For example, a tiny theater in Cook, Minnesota, doubles as a gift shop and coffee shop. The Comet Theater said to be Minnesota’s longest-running movie theater, is a must-visit spot for movie lovers and history buffs alike in northern Minnesota. Read on below to learn about this unique theater:
The Comet Theater is one of the most unique theaters in Minnesota. For more information about this historic spot, visit their website and Facebook page. And if you’d like to read about another charming theater in Minnesota, check out our past article about the Heights Theater.
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