Cinerama has been a cornerstone of Seattle's arts and culture history for 50 years. The theater, purchased by philanthropist and entrepreneur Paul G. Allen in 1998, has the best sight and sound offerings available with the first Christie 6P laser projector in a commercial theater and audio systems by Dolby Laboratories and Meyer Sound. Cinerama's premium chairs and locally-sourced food, beer, and wine provide the ultimate moviegoing experience. In addition to its blockbuster repertoire, Cinerama hosts regular festivals and special monthly programming. Cinerama is one of the most accessible movie houses in the country. The theater offers closed captioning from any seat, assistive listening devices, audio narration devices, and reserved seating for persons in wheelchairs and their companions.
Cinerama is easily reachable by car, bus, monorail, and the South Lake Union line of the Seattle Streetcar. If driving, we recommend that you park in the Warwick Hotel lot at Fourth and Lenora or in a nearby parking garage, such as Pacific Place or 3rd & Stewart Garage.