Now Playing Held Over - Frozen - Nov. 27 to Dec. 19 Dec.
Walking with Dinosaurs Dec. 20
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues , The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
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Waynesboro Theatre is a first run movie theater located in the heart of Waynesboro Pennsylvania.
Located at 75 West Main St. Waynesboro, PA 17268 Map
We are between N. Potomac St. and N. Mulberry St. Additional parking is behind the Elks Club. Enter from W. Gay St. There is an alley next to the Elks that leads out to W. Main St. almost directly across from the Theatre.
It is also available for corporate parties and special events.
Now Playing Frozen Nov. 27 to Dec. 19
Evenings, Adults age 12 and up $6.00, Children Age 11 and under $5.00 Seniors 65+ $5.00
Saturday and Sunday 1 PM Matinees, All seats all ages $4.00
Thursday evening is "Bargain Night" all seats all ages $4.00
Plus we have the lowest concession prices around! Sorry, no credit cards accepted.
We start on time and only have one to three previews. Don't be late!
The Waynesboro Theatre was built on the site of the Arcade Theatre.
The Arcade Theatre opened on September 28, 1916 and the building was demolished in May 1966. When it was built, it had the largest stage east of the Mississippi River. The Arcade and a second theater, the Strand, showed serials on Saturdays with the Arcade hosting matinees and the Strand, evening shows. During the silent-film era, a pipe organ provided accompaniment at the Arcade while either a pianist or a player piano provided music at the Strand.
On February 24, 1954, Warner Bros. Theatres Inc. sold the building to Transamerica Waynesboro Realty Corp., which in turn sold the property to N.W.O. Inc. on February 30, 1966. N.W.O. Inc. demolished the Arcade Theatre and built the current building, which today houses the Waynesboro Theatre and the Rainbow Gymnastics, Inc.
The Waynesboro Theatre was rebuilt as a Jerry Lewis Cinema franchise theater which promoted family orientated films. It was purchased by the current owner in 1976 showing first run G to R rated films.
Read an article about the 35 year anniversary of the Theatre in The Record Herald
Call for Film Schedule and Showtime's 717-762-7879 MovieTimes.com