Festive Movies at Plymouth’s Downtown Penn Theatre

grandopeningOne of the landmark attractions of downtown Plymouth, the Penn Theatre opened in 1941 and continues to offer locals and visitors alike a great selection of motion pictures – all for just $3 a ticket.  The movie house has been steadily upgraded over the past several years including digital projection and sound, a new marquee, re-imagined murals, and a complete auditorium renovation.

So if you are trying to think of a way to entertain everyone over the holidays, visit the Penn Theatre for some Christmas classics. The movies Elf, A Christmas Story, and Polar Express will all be playing these last weeks leading up to Christmas.

On December 13-15th bring your kids, friends, parents and cousins to see Buddy the Elf on the big screen once again! Syrup anyone? A Christmas Story will be featured December 19th and 20th. See your town cemented in history by the Red Ryder BB Gun (manufactured at the Daisy Air Rifle Factory) Ralphie so desperately wanted to see under his Christmas tree. December 21-22 the Polar Express will roll into town. Travel to the North Pole with Tom Hanks right to Santa’s own home and believe in the magic of Christmas once again!

Tickets are always $3.00/person. What a treat! Check for showtimes here.

Afterwards, you can visit Santa in the park and enjoy a hot chocolate at one of the downtown cafes. Check Plymouth’s website for more Christmas and Holiday activities!

Stephanie

City of Plymouth Website