Historic Admiral

/Historic Admiral

Movies and Showtimes

  • Aladdin

    • No passes will be accepted for the first 2 weeks
    • 2 hours 8 min, PG
    • Adventure, Comedy, Family
    • Watch the trailer
    • 5/25
      Sat
      12:30  3:30  6:30  9:30  
    • 5/26
      Sun
      12:30  3:30  6:30  9:30  
    • 5/27
      Mon
      12:30  3:30  6:30  9:30  
    • 5/28
      Tue
      12:30  3:30  6:30  9:30  
    • 5/29
      Wed
      12:30  3:30  6:30  9:30  
    • 5/30
      Thu
      12:30  3:30  6:30  9:30  
  • Avengers: Endgame

    • 5/25
      Sat
      12:00  3:00  6:15  9:15  
    • 5/26
      Sun
      12:00  3:00  6:15  9:15  
    • 5/27
      Mon
      12:00  3:00  6:15  9:15  
    • 5/28
      Tue
      12:00  3:00  6:15  9:15  
    • 5/29
      Wed
      12:00  3:00  6:15  9:15  
    • 5/30
      Thu
      12:00  3:00  6:15  9:15  
  • John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

    • 5/25
      Sat
      12:45  3:40  6:40  10:00  
    • 5/26
      Sun
      12:45  3:40  6:40  10:00  
    • 5/27
      Mon
      12:45  3:40  6:40  10:00  
    • 5/28
      Tue
      12:45  3:40  6:40  10:00  
    • 5/29
      Wed
      12:45  3:40  6:40  10:00  
    • 5/30
      Thu
      12:45  3:40  6:40  10:00  
  • Pokémon Detective Pikachu

    • 5/25
      Sat
      12:15  3:50  6:50  9:35  
    • 5/26
      Sun
      12:15  3:50  6:50  9:35  
    • 5/27
      Mon
      12:15  3:50  6:50  9:35  
    • 5/28
      Tue
      12:15  3:50  6:50  9:35  
    • 5/29
      Wed
      12:15  3:50  6:50  9:35  
    • 5/30
      Thu
      12:15  3:50  6:50  9:35  

Special Events

Saving Private Ryan (1998) Event

Saving Private Ryan (1998) Event

Sunday, June 2 at 7 pm

Forrest Gump 25th Anniversary

Forrest Gump 25th Anniversary

Sunday, June 23 at 7 pm

Admiral Theater

The Historic Admiral Theater just completed a $1.7 million renovation and expansion to four screens while retaining all landmarked historical features, including underwater appliqué murals exposed for the first time in more than four decades. The theater has a beautiful ship like quality and the original murals from the 40’s, complete with sea-horse etched chandeliers. It’s a real neighborhood theater with a fascinating history. Click here to learn more from The Southwest Seattle Historical Society.