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This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. The action you just performed triggered the security solution. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data.The Plantation Theatre was part of a group of theatres built for ABC Florida State Theatres but opened by someone else until the Paramount Consent Decree competition demands could be met. A casualty of area over screening, the Plantation Theatre soon became a discount house.If I remember correctly, the parking lot entrance was right on 441 and the front looked a little like Loews Bay Harbor, which was built by the same original owner. Opened January 29, 1965. Single screen theatre designed for roadshow engagements that rarely ever materialised. The ladies restrooms had sinks in each cubicle, a feature I have only since seen at the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York. (I could be wrong about that. But at least I’m in the right place for the address. The Google map pin on this page is completely wrong. It’s the 3rd or 4th such error I’ve spotted in the past few days, and I’m not even looking for them.)The Plantation Theater is still there. It’s connected to a larger, two-story glass building. I looked it up on Google Maps, and I recognized the front of the theater right away.Kitty Hawk Kites has remodeled and opened its new doors directly on the Beaufort waterfront. This shop offers the leading selection of kites, wind art, toys, t-shirts and apparel, Hobie kayaks, and more. In addition, stop by and make your reservation for one of our new Beaufort adventures:
Bird Shoal, Carrot Island, Sand Dollar Island & more! Dive into an exploration of some of the Southern Outer Banks’ most remote shorelines with an excursion that’s led by Island Ferry Adventures. Featuring both transport to the outlying islands as well as guided tours of some of the region’s most wild spots, this tour company has a lot to offer for shell seekers, nature buffs, and everyday adventurers alike.The theater is easy to find, and is located adjacent to the Emerald Plantation Shopping Center in the heart of town. As a result, it’s just minutes away for vacationers staying in the Emerald Isle community, and is easy to reach for visitors in the neighboring towns of Indian Beach, Pine Knoll Shores, and Salter Path. The theater has concession stands, which are stocked with popcorn, sodas, and sugary snacks, and a number of combo deals are often available at the snack stand, ensuring that large movie-going groups have plenty to munch on. Online ticket purchasing is also available to make a movie trip even easier, and the theater is open year-round to ensure visitors of all seasons can enjoy a flick. A perfect destination on a rainy afternoon or casual date night, the Emerald Plantation Cinemas is a landmark for Crystal Coast movie buffs.After 6 PM, moviegoers under the age of 17 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian 21 years of age. To be on theatre property, a valid state ID or military ID may be required to verify age.This page displays a list of movie theaters near Plantation, Florida. You can view showtimes for movies playing near Plantation, Florida by selecting a theater in the list above. To change the distance range covered in this list, select a new range below.
“So this movie theater does what it’s supposed to do, in a sense where it’s not full of kids and it’s a very quiet. It’s a good place for anyone who wants to go see a movie and I have to worry about screaming children. I honestly think the location helps because it’s behind the back roads. But we were able to have a great time with the recliner seats. The reason for the 4 stars is because they didn’t have nachos. A key movie theater snack. They do have a bar with 1-2 tvs To watch any game while you wait for your movie.”“Not the best, but not the worst. Overpriced but most movie theaters are nowadays. The theater is not updated but the staff is usually friendly! I don’t go to…” more