Europe’s most beautiful cinema, the ‘film palace’ Pathé Tuschinski theater opened its doors in 1921. Founder Abraham Tuschinski opened the stunning cinema with the idea that even poor citizens of Amsterdam should be able to imagine themselves ‘king for a day’ and decorated the theater in an impressive potpourri of Amsterdamse school, Jugendstil, art nouveau en art deco. The cinema still remains a favourite, offering high-class films and special arrangements: ‘Love seats’, which include semi-private two-seater fauteuils, the VIP arrangement includes balcony seating, champagne and hors d’oeuvres and entrance into the VIP lounge; or the Business Class VIP arrangement with drinks, buffet and balcony seating for up to 20 people.
Pathé De Munt
Pathé De Munt is a modern cinema near the Muntplein, Rembrandtplein and Flower Market. It has 2415 seats distributed over 13 theaters and shows blockbuster movies.
Cinecenter ( mainly European)
Films in their original languages, medium-budget and smaller-budget popular films amongst the arthouse world, and previews for special interest groups such as the gay community.
A charming art deco filmhouse, The Movies is located in one of the quaintest areas in the city (the Haarlemmerbuurt). Arthouse movies mainly from the US, UK and Holland.
The Pathé Arena multiplex near the Ajax stadium in Amsterdam Zuidoost has 14 theaters and a total of 3250 seats.
Pathé City Amsterdam
Situated on the Leidseplein, City Amsterdam is the perfect end (or beginning) to an evening of dining, drinks and catching a popular, large-budget movie.
Located in the Cultural park of the Westergasfabriek (a former gasworks on the edge of Amsterdam West).