Theatre Visiting Guidelines

Enjoy Cinema Safely

Landmark Theatres is dedicated to providing a movie-going experience which meets or exceeds state and/or federal or local requirements concerning all COVID-19 mandates.

What to Expect When You Visit a Landmark Theatre During COVID-19

Landmark Theatres COVID protocols comply with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, local and state public health guidance, as well as the CinemaSafe™ program. Below you will find a link to your city’s current detailed regulations. If you don’t see information on your city’s website about special mandates at movie theatres, then none exist in your region. We appreciate your cooperation in helping us keep everyone safe.

SAFETY for our guests and staff is our highest priority.

We use EPA-registered virucidal disinfectant in all public spaces such as auditoriums, seating areas, tables, restrooms and other customer and employee facing high-touch surfaces.

Employees are required to wear masks at all times (whether or not this is a local mandate) and they undergo daily screening for potential COVID symptoms, per CDC guidelines.

Vaccination policy for employees and guests either meets or exceeds state and/or local government requirements, based on theater location.

Landmark Theatres is part of the NATO (National Association of Theatre Owners) CinemaSafe™ program.

In regions where masks are not required, we still recommend wearing a mask when not eating or drinking.

You can expect food and drink to be sold in our theatres, unless your local government prohibits it. Due to supply chain issues, some of your favorite snacks may not be available on every visit. However, we never give up trying to source our traditional offerings!

As of January 2022, there are NO state and local distance requirements for seating. Landmark encourages patrons to physically distance through their seating choices when possible.

Hours and days of operation may fluctuate at some Landmark Theatres, so always check the page on our website for information for your local theater.

For more information about the status of COVID-19 policies in your specific city, you can visit your local public health department’s website or use the CDC’s tracking page.

Albany, NY Click here for details.

Atlanta Click here for details.

Boston area:

Cambridge, MA Click here for details.

Waltham, MA Click here for details.

Chicago Click here for details.

Highland Park, IL Click here for details.

Dallas Click here for details.

Denton, TX Click here for details.

Denver Click here for details.

Greenwood, CO Click here for details.

Indianapolis (Marion Co.) Click here for details.

Los Angeles Click here for details.

Miami (Dade Co.) Click here for details.

Milwaukee Click here for details.

Minneapolis Click here for details.

New York City Click here for details.

Philadelphia Click here for details.

Phoenix Click here for details.

San Diego Click here for details.

San Francisco Click here for details.

Berkeley (S.F. East Bay) Click here for details.

Oakland (S.F. East Bay) Click here for details.

Palo Alto, CA (Santa Clara County) Click here for details.

Seattle (King County) Click here for details.

St. Louis Click here for details.

Washington, D.C. Click here for details.

Bethesda, MD (Montgomery County) Click here for details.




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