The Bathroom at The Music Hall in Portsmouth, NH is Like Walking Into a Magical Fairytale
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The Music Hall in Portsmouth, New Hampshire opened as a Vaudeville theater back in 1878 according to their website. In the 1980s the theater closed and lovers of the theater feared that it may be demolished. From this, The Friends of The Music Hall was organized and it became a nonprofit center for the arts.
Present-day, The Music Hall is host to a number of acts such as singers, bands, variety shows, and coming up Whose Live Anyway?, country singer Josh Turner, and comedian Juston McKinney.
The theater is stunning and very well taken care of. But one thing that really helps them stand up may be a surprise.
The Music Hall has the coolest bathrooms.
The bathrooms are so unique that they are award-winning. The Music Hall came in 2nd place in a national contest for America's Best Restroom back in 2015 presented by Cintas.
BestRestroom.com states the bathroom transformation happened in 2008. The fairytale-esque theme was inspired by architect Antoni Gaudí and Tiffany style. The bathrooms feature velvet settees, gilded Corinthian columns, and more.
Don't believe it? See it for yourself! 10/10 would recommend "going" here.