Main Street and Rte. 913,
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Originally opened in 1918 as the Liberty, a wood-frame theater seating just under 475, the popular venue was burned to the ground in 1936.
It wasn’t until more than 12 years later that a new theater was built on the site, renamed the Reality. According to the story, the builder of the theater came up with the name because "the people of Robertsdale only dreamt of the theater reopening, but that dream has now become Reality."
The theater operated for another decade before closing, but reopened once more in the late 60s before closing again in the early 80s.
After sitting empty for many years, the wonderfully restored Reality today serves as the Coal Miners Museum and Entertainment Center which is operated by the Broad Top Area Coal Miners Historical Society.
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