645 S. President Street between the Inner Harbor & Fells Point
INFO: Featuring seven state-of-the-art auditoriums, stadium seating, a full bar and digital projection.
Landmark Theatres Harbor East entices movie-goers with a number of food and beverage options for before, during, and after the film. Guests may relax in the banquette seating of the bar with one of the theatre’s acclaimed cocktail creations, or a beer or glass of wine, or bring their drinks right into the theatre auditoriums for enjoyment during the movie. The theatre produces a menu of hot food offerings, including Smoked Gouda Mac & Cheese Bites and delectable Phillips Crab Pretzels, and features treats like Popcornopolis Caramel Corn, Fair Trade Divine Chocolate Bars, and more, as well as traditional cinema concession fare.
In the auditoriums, Harbor East features the most comfortable movie-going experience available with stadium seating, extra leg room, unobstructed sight lines and large, 26—inch foam seats. Additionally, the theatres are outfitted with state-of-the-art projection and sound equipment, including 7 Barco digital cinema systems which deliver four times the resolution of HDTV, Dolby Digital Ex Surround Sound, and Klipsch Premium Sound Systems. Strategically located throughout the theatre, Samsung plasmas and LCD screens display movie trailers, as well as the variety of concession items available.
Children under 13 not permitted to any R-rated film.
Children 13-17 must be accompanied by a parent to any R-rated film.
Children under 6 not admitted after 6pm with the exception of "G" and "PG" rated films.
Must be 21 years old or older to attend any film after 9pm.
Proper ID required to show proof of age.
$5.00 for the first 5 hours at all Harbor East Parking. Please bring your parking ticket to our CONCIERGE DESK for validation. The main entrance to our building's parking garage is on Exeter Street, across from the Whole Foods Market. You may also park at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel parking garage, by entering at 1000 Aliceanna Street or the Legg Mason Building across from the theatre. WE DO NOT VALIDATE FOR THE WATERFRONT Parking garage.
Readers' Choice, Best of Baltimore Readers' Poll (2014, 2010) - Baltimore Magazine
Best Movie Theater, City • Ginny Lawhorn, Best Bartender (2011) - Baltimore City Paper