1000 Front st. - Known as Sacramento's floating treasure the Delta King once played host to none other than Mark Twain himself. The historic venue also houses a 116 seat theater perfect for intimate film screenings.
1013 K st. - Sacramento's grand movie palace, the Crest was originally dubbed the Empress in 1912 as a vaudeville theater. Through many years and many changes the Crest has remained one of Sacramento's movie landmarks with its ornate beauty and call back to the glory years of cinema.
1211 K st. - One of Sacramento's most exciting attractions for its IMAX screen is the Esquire Theater. Tour groups, locals and international travelers enjoy the Esquire for its amazing visage both outside and in.