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Majestic Cinema

Tower Street, King's Lynn PE30 1EJ, England
+44 1553 771918
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Good cinema good prices

Visited at the weekend to watch Paddington bear, booked our tickets online, when we arrived the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Norfolk, United Kingdom
Great price - tricky for access

I'm a huge film fan but seldom go to our local cinema because of parking and general faffage... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
King's Lynn, United Kingdom
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Welcome to one of King's Lynn most beautiful buildings, The Majestic Cinema. This stunning cinema was officially opened on 23rdMay 1928; with the year commemorated in the stained glass windows at the front of the building. As an independent cinema, the Majestic prides itself on being a friendly place to come for all movie goers. The main attraction to the Majestic, beside its films, is the building itself and all the history that comes with it. Today, the Majestic has three screens but back when it was first opened the Majestic had one two tier screen (where Screen 1 and 2 are now), and a ballroom (where Screen 3 is now). Over the years the Majestic has transformed but features from its past still live on within the building. You just need to know where to look. When you next visit the Majestic look out for certain features like the stained glass windows in the main entrance, the circle of zodiac signs in the ceiling of Screen 1, the bouncy spring-layered floor in Screen 3, and the old stage in Screen 2. Every year the Majestic takes part in King's Lynn's Heritage Day where you have the chance to explore the cinema in more detail and to learn about the buildings past. The Majestic puts on tours with knowledgeable staff always willing to guide you through its history. Currently, the Majestic has three screens. Screen 1, with its ornate dome, seats 313. Screen 2, which holds 245 seats. This screen has disabled access and also has a superior quality hearing loop system. Screen 3 holds 113 seats and was originally the ballroom which closed 1977. All of our screens now have Dolby Digital 7.1 surround sound installed.
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  • Average10%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Tower Street, King's Lynn PE30 1EJ, England
+44 1553 771918
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited at the weekend to watch Paddington bear, booked our tickets online, when we arrived the machine was broken and the foyer was packed, think the Cinema needs a better solution for popular films. But, film good, seats good, pricing is brilliant.

Thank Jasmines-world
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I'm a huge film fan but seldom go to our local cinema because of parking and general faffage. However, Mrs T used compare the market for her car insurance and got a two for one cinema deal. Since all seats here are just £4 that...More

Thank tyketyke
Reviewed 2 October 2017 via mobile

Booked online which saves loads of time! You then can collect immediately and go straight in . Comfortable seats, lovely old cinema and cheap at the price

Thank sue d
Reviewed 24 September 2017

We love going to watch movies at The Majestic. It's a real old fashioned cinema with a new twist, it's around £4-£5 to see a movie in old surroundings with new seating and 7.1 Dolby surround. A real treat.

Thank Dean G
Reviewed 20 September 2017

In these days of being ripped off for everything, it is a pleasure to find somewhere that is good value. The cinema is old style, but really good value at £4 each! It s centrally situated in Kings Lynn with plenty of eating establishments around...More

Thank Debbie G
Reviewed 30 August 2017

Probably the cheapest cinema you'll find anywhere. They have a small selection of movies the choose from. The seats are alright, quite box standard. If you're near by and don't want to pay for the extortionate prices of big branded cinemas / movie theatres, then...More

Thank GCYPhotography
Reviewed 18 August 2017 via mobile

Lovely cinema, very reasonable ticket price of £4!! And seats very comfy! Food/ popcorn/sweets/drink overpriced like everywhere else but can take your own so no problem there, just one little annoying thing - The film we watched was advertised as starting at 14:00 so arrived...More

Thank vikim888
Reviewed 10 August 2017

The Cinema is conveniently situated close to several Car Parks. The cost to park for an evening is currently £1.00. The Cinema has 3 screens and tickets are all at a set price of £4.00 which I think is excellent. The building has recently had...More

Thank 97Sue97
Reviewed 3 August 2017 via mobile

This is a great little cinema, at £4 a ticket for any film any day, you just can't beat it. Some of the rooms are a little small but unless you're watching a blockbuster movie they are quite adequate. These bigger impact films are normally...More

Thank Michelle M
Reviewed 28 June 2017 via mobile

We watched 2 films with a half hour gap in between, large popcorn, 2 bags of sweets and a large drink. costing us £30 This old cinema has amazingly long leg room, comfy chairs and is honestly as chips as chips ! Only 3 screens...More

Thank Hollie B
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30 June 2017|
Response from Gary B | Reviewed this property |
Hi I am so sorry for late reply but I believe you can access the cinema in a wheelchair. They open the fire exit but I am not certain if you can get to see all films as there are 4 screens with only one on ground floor