Thinking about catching an afternoon matinee or an evening show? Wondering where the nearest theater is? AMC Woodinville 12, located downtown in Garden Plaza, is Woodinville’s local movie theater and it’s open every day of the year.
Launched in 1998, it was originally called the Loews Cineplex. In 2002, AMC merged with Loews and is now known as the AMC Loews Woodinville 12.
This 12 screen theater offers state of the art amenities. There are the highly popular, comfy reclining seats that can be reserved ahead. For the ultimate audio experience, each theater comes equipped with a Dolby Surround Sound system. The video technologies include a choice of viewing options: IMAX, RealD 3D, and D-Box 3.
A full-service concession stand is stocked with freshly popped popcorn, a variety of soft drinks (100+) and your favorite snacks (including gluten-free). You can even order ahead online for a quick pick up so you don’t have to worry about missing a scene while waiting in line. Expect to pay roughly $15 for a large popcorn and soft drink.
Discount Tuesdays at this theater are a great way for AMC Stubs members to save a few dollars. If you happen to arrive on the early side, there are many places within walking distance to dine and drink while you wait.
Have you heard about the Sensory Friendly Film Program? AMC Woodinville 12 is a participating theater.
AMC is proud to partner with the Autism Society to offer uniquehttps://www.amctheatres.com/programs/sensory-friendly-films
movie showingswhere we turn the lights up, and turn the sound down, so you canget up, dance, walk, shout or sing! Our Sensory Friendly Film programis available on the second and fourth Saturday (family-friendly) and Tuesday evenings (mature audiences) of every month.
Can’t find the movie you’re looking for? There are several nearby alternatives to choose from. Theaters close to Woodinville include McMenamins Anderson School Theater in Bothell, Belle Bottega 11 and the IPIC, both in Redmond, AMC Alderwood Mall 16 and the Regal Cinemas Alderwood 7, both in Lynnwood, and the Cinemark in Bellevue.
Let’s not forget the two options currently under construction. They will be located nearby in Kirkland’s Village at Totem Lake, expected to open late 2019, and downtown Kirkland Urban, expected to open before 2021.
Have you seen movies at this theater? What did you think? Did you find the seats to be comfortable? How was the service? Was the sound quality good? Let us know down below.