Historic Park Theater, Estes Park, Colorado

Iconic since 1913, this towering theater lights up in warmer months, offering movies and a quaint cafe

Tampa Theatre, Tampa, Florida

Built in 1926, it features a “bring the outdoors inside” theme with Mediterranean walls, mock night sky, and spectacular interiors

Hollywood Theatre, Portland, Oregon

 Known for its castle-like exterior and moody interior, it opened with silent movies accompanied by live orchestras​

Kentucky Theater, Lexington, Kentucky

A glittering beacon on Maine Street since the early 1900s, it's known for its scalloped curtains and antique snack counter

The Senator Theatre, Baltimore, Maryland

Opening in 1939, it features indie and Hollywood films, red velvety seats, and swirly wallpaper, blending old and new cinema styles

Loew’s Jersey Theatre, Jersey City, New Jersey

An ornate 1920s building, it's been restored to preserve its high ceilings, chandeliers, and grand staircases

Plaza 1907 Cinema, Ottawa, Kansas

The world’s oldest operating movie theater since 1907, it also houses a Movie Memorabilia Museum

Paramount Theatre, Austin, Texas

A 1915 vaudeville house, it hosts live performances and over 100 films annually, maintaining its century-old magic​

Tiger Drive-In, Tiger, Georgia

One of the few drive-in theaters in Georgia, offering a unique movie-watching experience from the comfort of your car

66 Drive-In Theater, Carthage, Missouri

A retro experience located on Route 66, known for its huge screen and nostalgic ambiance