How do you get into the Magic Castle in Hollywood?
Secret LA: How To Visit Hollywood’s Famous Magic Castle
- Stay at the Magic Castle Hotel. If you’re coming from out of town and don’t know a member, this might be the easiest way to secure a guest pass.
- Ask a magician member, but do it very nicely.
- Take a magic class.
- Visit a local magic shop.
- Ask your friends.
How much does the Magic Castle cost?
Although membership to the club costs $750 per year (plus a $1,500 initiation fee) there are a couple ways of getting in as a guest. Magic enthusiasts can book a night at the Magic Castle Hotel next door for up to eight guest passes. (Each guest pass will cost about $75 per night after a cover and required dinner.)
How do you become a member of the Magic Castle?
An audition for anyone interested in joining the club as a Resident Magician Member is required. Applicants must have one Magician Member of the Academy who has seen them perform what they plan to audition sponsor their membership.
What is the dress code for the Magic Castle?
The Magic Castle Has a Strict Dress Code for Evening Guests:
All members and guests are required to dress in business attire or evening wear that is conservative, formal, and elegant. Formal suit or coat with dress shirt, tie, and dress slacks (no denim) with closed-toe dress shoes is required. No casual footwear.
How much is brunch at the Magic Castle?
The brunch takes place Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Reservations are required. Adults are $39.95 for the buffet and a $20 door fee, and kids 6-10 are $19.95 for the buffet and a $15 door fee. (You must book the brunch, but it’s kid heaven food and they’ll love it!)
Is Magic a art?
Magic, which encompasses the subgenres of illusion, stage magic, and close up magic, among others, is a performing art in which audiences are entertained by tricks, effects, or illusions of seemingly impossible feats, using natural means.
Who is the president of the Magic Castle?
The Academy’s headquarters has been the Magic Castle since 1963.
Academy of Magical Arts.
|Headquarters||The Magic Castle in Hollywood, California|
|President||Randy Sinnott, Jr.|