2A Harley Ave, Mount Victoria NSW 2786, Australia
2A Harley Avenue Mount Victoria NS
(02) 4787 1577
Wednesday 9:30 AM – 11:30 PM
Thursday 9:30 AM – 11:30 PM
Friday 9:30 AM – 11:30 PM
Saturday 9:30 AM – 11:30 PM
Sunday 9:30 AM – 11:30 PM
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Home made slices and treats, tea in a real cup, cosy atmosphere and reasonably priced tickets. Once you've been here you won't want to see a movie anywhere else. It can get quite busy on weekends so if you're up for a getaway be sure to reserve a ticket because it can fill up fast with just the locals!
A charming cinema, built as a Public Hall in 1938, and found in the tiny town of Mount Victoria. The cinema is nostalgic but unpretentious. The candy bar sits in a corner to the side of the screen, serving homemade snacks and a soup you can sip on as you enjoy the movie. Tea and coffee is served in Nanna mugs and popcorn costs less than 4 bucks. I'm glad this cinema exists and I hope some of y'all seek it out for a slightly more warm cinematic experience.
Great atmosphere. The full vintage movie experience but with the latest quality films.
If you're staying in the Blue Mountains a visit to Mt. Vic Flicks is a must. Family run. Homemade yummy things at the kiosk. Always good films from blockbuster to indie and live streamed opera and theatre from places like The Met NY and Covent Garden! A must do.
The best place to go and see a movie ! The selection is great and the room is amazing ... really old fashioned. And you can have a mug of tea / coffee and homemade scones/ muffins as you're waiting for the movie to start 😊
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