Almost everyone loves to enjoy a good film, but often movie theaters have dull atmospheres and boring architecture. These cool cinemas allow you to experience films in the best possible locations and settings from around the world.
Some of these cinemas have interesting histories, they have survived bombings and fires, were demolished and restored, but still preserved their uniqueness. These theaters have been recognized not only for their cultural significance, but also for their architectural value. Others are very modern and have the most exclusive interiors. For example, in one of these cinemas you are able to watch movies while sitting in a hot tube, another you can watch from rowboat. Spending time in one of these movie theaters might become a real adventure for everyone.
Olympia Music Hall, France
This beautiful music hall originally opened in 1889, it has since made many adjustments, like adding screens for film showings. Unfortunately, the beds are not a permanent staple at this popular music hall; instead they were temporarily used as a promotional tool at an event held by Ikea.
Sci-fi Dine-in Theater, Disney’s Hollywood Studios
If you are ever in Los Angeles, California this awesome theater is worth some of your time.
Urania National Film Theatre, Budapest, Hungary
This incredible building is beautiful inside and out, making it one of the treasured jewels of the city.
Kurshumli An In Skopje, Macedonia – Creative Documentary Film Festival Makedox
This photo was taken during the Creative Documentary Film Festival Makedox.
Movie Theater In Paris
Hot Tube Cinema, London
The Orange Cinema Club, Beijing
Transatlantyk Festival, Cinema In Bed, Posznan
Floating Archipelago Cinema Yao Noi, Thailand
Arena Theater strong Pula Film Festival Pula, Croatia
The Pula Arena is the only remaining Roman architecture with four side towers and all three sides completely preserved. It was built between 27 BC and 68 AD, and is considered the sixth largest Roman arenas still standing today.