Movie Theaters in Seattle Washington
Seattle Movie Theaters
Some of the biggest movie theater chains in Seattle include AMC, Regal, and Cinemark. These theaters typically offer reclining seats, a variety of food options, and discount tickets on certain days or for certain movies.
But Seattleites are in a unique situation when it comes to cinemas, as there are quite a few unique and independent venues, like Cinerama, Siff, and Big Picture. Some are smaller, independent movie theaters in the area that may not have all the bells and whistles of the larger chains but offer a more intimate movie-going experience. Others are luxury cinemas with craft food items and cocktails.
And for those who prefer a blast from the past, there are still a few drive-in movie theaters scattered around Seattle. They’re perfect for a summer night under the stars and can stretch a family’s entertainment budget much farther than traditional movie theaters in Seattle Washington.
No matter what kind of movie theater experience you’re looking for, you’re sure to find it in Seattle. So read on, and bookmark our pocket guide to Seattle movie theaters. It provides a list of area sites so you can check showtimes and buy tickets without scouring the internet.
Seattle Movie Theatres
|Seattle Movie Theaters||Address||City||Website|
|Admiral Theater||2343 California Ave SW||Seattle||https://farawayentertainment.com/historic-admiral|
|Amc Oak Tree 6||10006 Aurora Ave N||Seattle||https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/seattle-tacoma/amc-oak-tree-6|
|Amc Pacific Place 11||600 Pine St Ste 400||Seattle||https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/seattle-tacoma/amc-pacific-place-11|
|Amc Seattle 10||4500 9th Ave NE||Seattle||https://www.amctheatres.com/movie-theatres/seattle-tacoma/amc-seattle-10|
|Ark Lodge Cinemas||4816 Rainier Ave S||Seattle||http://arklodgecinemas.com|
|Big Picture||2505 1St Ave||Seattle||https://www.thebigpicture.net|
|Blue Fox Drive-In Theatre||1403 N Monroe Landing Rd||Oak Harbor||https://www.bluefoxdrivein.com/|
|Boeing Imax Theater||200 2nd Ave N||Seattle||http://pacsci.org/imax|
|Central Cinema||1411 21st Ave||Seattle||https://central-cinema.com/contact|
|Century Federal Way and XD||2001 S Commons||Federal Way||https://www.cinemark.com/theatres/wa-federal-way/century-federal-way-and-xd|
|Century Olympia||625 Black Lake Blvd SW||Olympia||https://www.cinemark.com/theatres/wa-olympia/century-olympia|
|Century Point Ruston and XD||5057 Main St||Tacoma||https://www.cinemark.com/theatres/wa-tacoma/century-point-ruston-and-xd|
|Cinemark Lincoln Square Cinemas||700 Bellevue Way NE||Bellevue||https://www.cinemark.com/theatres/wa-bellevue/cinemark-lincoln-square-cinemas|
|Cinemark Reserve Lincoln Square - Dine-In 21+||500 Bellevue Way NE||Bellevue||https://www.cinemark.com/theatres/wa-bellevue/cinemark-reserve-lincoln-square---dine-in-21|
|Cinerama||2100 4Th Ave||Seattle||https://www.cinerama.com|
|Fremont Friday Nite Outdoor Movies||801 N 34th St||Seattle||http://www.outdoorfilmfestival.com|
|Grand Illusion Cinema||1403 Ne 50Th St||Seattle||https://grandillusioncinema.org|
|Hughes Penthouse Theatre||1801-1851 NE Pacific St||Seattle||http://uw.edu/150|
|Imax At Pacific Science Center||200 2nd Ave N||Seattle||https://www.pacificsciencecenter.org/contact|
|Majestic Bay Theatres||2044 NW Market St||Seattle||http://majesticbay.com|
|Regal Meridian and 4DX||1501 7th Ave||Seattle||https://www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-meridian-4dx/1931#/|
|Regal Thornton Place IMAX & ScreenX||301 NE 103rd St||Seattle||https://www.regmovies.com/theatres/regal-thornton-place-imax/1937#/|
|Rodeo Drive-In Theater||7369 WA-3||Bremerton||https://www.rodeodrivein.com/|
|Seattle Center - Movies At The Mural||305 Harrison St||Seattle||http://www.seattlecenter.com|
|Seattle Cinerama||2100 4th Ave||Seattle||https://cinerama.com|
|Siff||305 Harrison St||Seattle||https://www.siff.net|
|Siff Cinema Egyptian||805 E Pine St||Seattle||https://www.siff.net/year-round-cinema/cinema-venues/siff-cinema-egyptian|
|Siff Cinema Uptown||305 Harrison St||Seattle||https://www.siff.net/about-siff/contact-us|
|Siff Cinema Uptown||511 Queen Anne Ave N||Seattle||https://www.siff.net/year-round-cinema/cinema-venues/siff-cinema-uptown|
|Skyline Drive-In||182 SE Brewer Rd||Shelton||http://www.skylinedrive-in.com/|
|Skyway Outdoor Cinema||12610 76th Ave S||Seattle||http://skywayoutdoorcinema.org|
|The Beacon||4405 Rainier Ave S||Seattle||http://thebeacon.film|
|The Grand Illusion Cinema||1403 NE 50th St||Seattle||http://grandillusioncinema.org|
|Three Dollar Bill Cinema||517 E Pike St||Seattle||http://www.threedollarbillcinema.org|
|Varsity Theatre||4329 University Way NE||Seattle||http://www.farawayentertainment.com/location/varsity-theatre|
|Wheel-In Motor Movie Drive-In||210 Theatre Rd||Port Townsend||http://www.ptwheelinmotormovie.com/|
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Frequently Asked Questions
Seattle movie theaters run the gamut from the top three (AMC, Regal, and Cinemark) to vintage or independent cinemas, like Grand Illusion, Siff, The Beacon, and The Varsity. The area also boasts quite a few drive-ins, dine-in theaters, and pop-ups.
Seattle has quite a few dine-in movie theaters. But, Big Picture provides one of the most upscale cinema experiences. It was the first on the west coast to offer in-theater dining options. And, it’s actually called Big Picture Movies and Martinis, so, yes, cocktails are available. Moviegoers enjoy plush seats and a menu that includes Wagyu Double Smashburgers.
There might be more drive-in movie theaters in the greater Seattle area than most other places in the US. Outdoor cinemas include Blue Fox, Rodeo, Skyway, Skyline, and Wheel-in Motor Movie Drive-In. Seasonal pop-ups, like Fremont Friday Nite Outdoor Movies, are also on the calendar.
It’s challenging to find a dollar movie theater anywhere in the US these days, and Seattle is no exception. However, moviegoers can take advantage of discount screenings at the drive-ins, matinees, or on dedicated discount days. Another way to stretch the entertainment budget is through movie clubs, like those offered by Cinemark and most other prominent theater chains.