The Landis Theater has been selected by USA Today Travel and the American Institute of Architects (AIA) as one of the top 25 structures visitors to New Jersey should definitely see.
According to the AIA recognition, “The Landis Theater is one of the finest works of Art Moderne architecture in New Jersey. The building was designed by William Lee, AIA, for Eugene Mori in 1938. Lee was a Philadelphia architect who designed many theaters and public buildings in the Delaware Valley including the Lansdowne and Sedgewick Theaters near Philadelphia, and Mitten Memorial Hall at Temple University.”
“It is truly an honor for the Landis Theater to be included with this iconic list of buildings throughout the state of New Jersey,” said Vineland Mayor Anthony Fanucci.