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Does dinner and a movie sound like fun? San Marco Theatre’s lounge-style seating leaves plenty of room to enjoy food, beer and wine during the film. With only one movie screen, you won’t find hi-tech glitz, but instead a fun and social atmosphere.
1996 San Marco Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32207
The most historic movie theatre in Jacksonville, the Sun-Ray Cinema was built in 1927 as a showcase for the latest “talkies.” The one-screen theatre offers an assortment of beers on tap and fresh pizza. You could spend a half day in Five Points by window shopping, getting a bite to eat (if you don’t eat inside the theatre), and strolling through the nearby parks. It’s a lovely area and close to Florida Proton.
1028 Park Street Jacksonville, FL 32204
This large theater will have all the new blockbusters, plus a few smaller independent movies for your enjoyment. It shares its parking lot with Regency Square Mall, so go shopping before or after the show.
9451 Regency Square Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32225
Opened in 2006, Hollywood Theaters plays all of Tinseltown’s new releases. It’s located in a shopping center near Old Navy, Lowes and Wal-Mart so you can conveniently run errands while you’re out.
12884 City Center Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32218
Located near many, many restaurants, this theater would be a great after-dinner activity. It’s mid-sized and will have most of the new movies you want to see.
4535 Southside Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32216
This theater is just down the road from The Avenues Mall and will have all of Hollywood’s new movies. It’s also relatively close to many restaurants on Southside Boulevard.
9525 Philips Hwy Jacksonville, FL 32256
Regal Cinemas Beach Blvd. is the place to go if you want to catch a movie near the beach. This theater shows new movies and an occasional small, independent film as well.
14051 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32250
Connected to the Orange Park Mall, this large movie theater shows all the blockbusters you care to see, along with an independent film once in a while. There is shopping galore inside the mall and many restaurants outside along Wells Rd.
1910 Wells Rd. Orange Park, FL 32073
This theater isn’t in town, but a short drive away in St. Augustine. IMAX screens are HUGE and surround you with visually stunning scenes and crisp audio displaying an assortment of award-winning nature documentaries highlighting the Grand Canyon, Arctic and deep sea as well as new releases. Golf lovers may want to visit the nearby World Golf Hall of Fame before or after the show.
1 World Golf Place St. Augustine, FL 32092
Have dinner and show all at the same time. Alhambra is the only and oldest dinner theatre in Jacksonville. The Alhambra is constantly performing new Broadway style shows and can bring BIG names like Dorothy Lamour, Martha Raye, and Sally Struthers.
1200 Beach Blvd. Jacksonville, FL 32250
Emphasizing local talent and material, Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre (ABET) produces a variety of new and original plays, as well as neglected classics.
716 Ocean Blvd. Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
A beautifully restored building, the Florida Theatre showcases performances including ballet, opera, contemporary pop, jazz, rock, county and blues.
128 East Forsyth St. Jacksonville, FL 32202
The theatre and museum is a cultural institution showcasing art, music, drama, and poetry from African-American history.
829 North Davis St. Jacksonville, FL 32202
Showcasing faith-based rock, rap and pop musicians, this edgy concert venue is a place for local youth and young adults to enjoy live entertainment.
932 Edgewood Ave. South Jacksonville, FL 32205
Founded in 1966, this community theatre showcases a wide range of drama, comedy, and musical productions. Main stage shows are Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m.
106 6th Street North Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250
Established in 1979, Theatreworks is an educational theatre that showcases national and international touring groups for school-aged children. The shows are culturally relevant and artistically appealing to the young audience it serves, while still capturing the attention of adults. Examples of shows include King Tut & ancient history, fun ways to use science, the importance of voting, Dr. Seuss and animal adventures.
630 May St. Jacksonville, FL 32204
This center houses three distinct theatres built to host a variety of artists and attractions. The Jacoby Symphony Hall houses the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and other visiting performers. The Terry Theatre and Jim & Jan Moran Theatre showcase on-and off-Broadway plays and musicals.
300 W. Water St. Jacksonville, FL 32202