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The Castro Theatre/Castro District

Pros: A veritable movie palace
Cons: Tough parking
Best For: Vintage movie-going, the Wurlitzer organ

The Castro Theatre

The Castro Theatre was built by renowned Bay Area architect, Timothy C. Pfleuger (1894-1946) in 1922, and in 1977 was designated City of San Francisco Registered Landmark #100. From Hollywood classics to current releases and film festivals, programming is eclectic, with the extra bonus of live organ music when appropriate.

This historic movie palace is a rare gem, beloved by film fans and history buffs alike.

The Castro Theatre
429 Castro St. (at Market)
San Francisco, 94114
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