110 Broadway, Between First and Second Avenues
Denver, CO 80203
(303) 744-6799

Best Movie Theatre Programming (2014, 2013, 2008, 2004 Reader's Choice) - Westword
Best Movie Theatre - Drink (2010, 2008 Reader's Choice) - Westword
Best Movie Theatre Food/Drink (2012 Reader's Choice, 2004, 2002) - Westword
Winner! Indie Theatre (2011, 2007 "A" List Competition) -Sponsored by Denver 7’s KMGH-TV
OUTstanding Movie Theatre (2011 & 2010 Reader's Choice) -Out Front Colorado
Readers' Choice (2010 "Top of the Town - Denver's Best Stuff!") -5280 Magazine
Best Movie Theatre (2005, 2002, 2001 Reader's Choice) -Out Front Colorado
Best Denver Theatre (2004 People's Choice) - Rocky Mountain News
Top Movie Theatre Concession Stand (2004 People's Choice) -
Rocky Mountain News
Top Movie Theatre Concession Stand (2004 Editor's Choice) -
Rocky Mountain News

Free parking is available in lot at 120 Lincoln Street. Parking is also available immediately behind theatre after 5 PM daily and all day Saturday and Sunday.

Sound Systems: Dolby Digital - Dolby SR - Dolby Stereo
For information regarding our Accessibility equipment click here

Downstairs Auditorium Accessible
(Film programming in that auditorium is subject to change. Call for same day confirmation.)

Advance Tickets and Landmark Discount Cards may also be purchased in person at the Mayan Box Office during normal business hours. Stop by or call for details.

3 Screens DLP Digital Projection and Sound. Built in 1930. Operated by Landmark since 1986. Featuring Denver's finest in independent film and foreign language cinema, the Mayan Theatre is located in the heart of Central Denver amongst a bevy of art galleries, restaurants and vintage clothing stores in the Baker District. The historic Mayan, built in 1930, narrowly missed the wrecking ball in the mid-1980s, when, at the eleventh hour, it was saved by the local group "Friends of the Mayan." In 1986, The Mayan was restored to its former glory. Renovated meticulously at a cost of nearly $2 million, it is one of the country's three remaining theatres designed in the Art Deco Mayan Revival style. It has been converted into a three-screen palace, with one large, magnificent auditorium and two cozy theatres upstairs, featuring stadium seating. There is also an upstairs cafe and seating area.