Best Place to Watch Obscure Movies (2007) -SAN DIEGO MAGAZINE
Best Movie Theatre (2006) -SAN DIEGO CITYBEAT
Best Movie Snacks in San Diego (2005, 2003) -SAN DIEGO MAGAZINE
"The mecca for foreign and independent films" Best of: City - Kensington (2004) -SAN DIEGO CITYBEAT
Best Movie Theatre: Landmark Theatres (Various Locations) (2004 Readers Poll) -SAN DIEGO CITYBEAT
Best Movie Theatre (2001) -SAN DIEGO READER
One of the Best Movie Theatres in San Diego County (2000)
-SAN DIEGO READER

4061 Adams Avenue
San Diego, CA 92116
(619) 283-3227

Parking is available on surrounding neighborhood streets.

Sound Systems: Ultra Stereo


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

1 Screen. Opened in 1946. Operated by Landmark since 1975. The Ken Cinema opened as the first theatre to bring quality foreign films to San Diego, and was the second theatre to be acquired by Landmark Theatres. The Ken offers a wide variety of films, from independent fare to foreign language cinema to restored classics. The Ken Cinema is San Diego's last single screen theatre.

The Ken Cinema is located in the heart of Kensington on Adams Avenue, just east of the 15 Freeway.