Below is a list of the top and leading Theaters in Colorado Springs, CO. To help you find the best Theaters located near you in Colorado Springs, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Colorado Springs’ Best Theaters:
The top rated Theaters in Colorado Springs, CO are:
- RoadHouse Cinemas – pleased to have Hollywood movies back in full force
- AMC Chapel Hills 13 – cineplex with 3D & jumbo digital screens showing first-run films, opera productions & sports events
- Kimball’s Peak Three Theater – modern cinema with an old-school marquee that serves booze & shows independent & first-run films
- Millibo Art Theatre – was founded in 2001 by Jim Jackson and Birgitta De Pree to provide new and original live performances in an intimate, accessible theatre for audiences of all ages in the Pikes Peak region
- Stargazers Theatre & Event Center – performance space in an ex-cinema with a striking domed roof & 550 seats for concerts, plays & more
RoadHouse Cinemas is delighted to see Hollywood films returning in full force. They’d like to extend to you an invitation to an unforgettable movie and dinner experience. RoadHouse is open 365 days a year and features an award-winning restaurant menu, an impressively creative full bar featuring high-quality wines and craft beers, and overwhelmingly comfortable heated recliners, all of which can be enjoyed while listening to state-of-the-art digital projection and 7.1 Dolby Digital Surround Sound.
Address: 3030 N Nevada Ave Ste B, Colorado Springs, CO 80907
Phone: (719) 627 8586
“Wow! Love a cinema that serves you food right off the menu while you watch the show. A spacious bar and grill, cool games for the kids, mini bowling alley, skeet ball and more. Great place to take your date and fun for the whole family too.” – Troy Goeckerman
AMC Chapel Hills 13
AMC Chapel Hills 13 is your go-to cinema for a one-of-a-kind experience. Each concert is transformed into a truly compelling cinematic event by combining stunning pictures and sound technology with cutting-edge, reserved chairs. As the sound flows around you with astounding realism, you’ll feel as if you’re right in the center of the story, creating a profound sensory experience. With their roomy, high-powered, reserved recliners that throb with the action, you can take comfort to the next level.
Address: 1710 Briargate Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Phone: (877) 262 4450
“I just want to say the General Manager, I believe her name was Cassy, was wonderful when I called today. I contacted the theater about a sensory friendly showing of the new Adam’s Family. She very friendly and instantly said she would try to get it done. It was posted for tickets within hours. What amazing customer service!! My son is going to have such an awesome time and we appreciate it so much. This will be his first movie experience. Thank you so much!!” – Shelbi Macinnis
Kimball’s Peak Three Theater
Kimball’s Peak Three Theater is here to satisfy your movie cravings. With a complete bar providing liquor, draft beer, and wine by the glass, it provides an alternative to the mega-plex/mall movie experience. Kimball’s is a first-run theater that shows the best in indie and foreign movies, with the occasional blockbuster thrown in for good measure. For the past 25 years, the Colorado Springs Independent and Gazette have chosen them best theater.
Address: 115 E Pikes Peak Ave, Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Phone: (719) 447 1947
“Kimball’s has always been a fantastic theater. I consider it the only independent theater in town and their movie selections have always been great. They offer an alternative movie experience that seems to bring back a bit of movie nostalgia that is rare to find these days.” – Benjamin Blaisdell
Millibo Art Theatre
Millibo Art Theatre has seen several successful theatre models in action after performing internationally and across the United States. Jim Jackson and Birgitta De Pree created this in 2001 to produce new and creative live performances for audiences of all ages in a compact, accessible theatre in the Pikes Peak region. They acknowledged the transformative power of new work in a community because it engages audiences in meaningful discourse, challenges and supports artists in the development of new work, and welcomes audience and community participation in wholly new and dynamic ways.
Address: 1626 S Tejon St, Colorado Springs, CO 80905
Phone: (719) 465 6321
“Lovely old fashioned theater! It’s small and intimately delightful. Everyone was so friendly and accommodating. I’m so looking forward to our next visit.” – Monica Griffith
Stargazers Theatre & Event Center
Stargazers Theatre & Event Center is a spectacular and unique dome building that was established in 1969 as a United Artist Cinema 150 Cinerama Theater. Stargazers is one of the few existing instances of the intriguing architect Vincent G. Raney’s work from that time period. Stargazers is dedicated to promoting talent from the local, regional, and national levels. Along with the performing arts, the Stargazers foyer has space to showcase the talents of local visual artists. Hundreds of local artists have had the opportunity to display and sell their work to enthusiastic Stargazers attendees over the last few years.
Theatre & Event Center
Address: 10 S Parkside Dr, Colorado Springs, CO 80910
Phone: (719) 476 2200
“This is the best venue for our local events. We love how much Stargazers supports our local nonprofits including the Give! Campaign events, including our end of year celebration. John, Cindy and staff make this large venue feel intimate and cozy and every seat has a great view! Wonderful service, location and atmosphere. Thank you for all you do!” – Alicia Cover
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