The Castro Theatre is a prominent San Francisco motion picture venue which came to be renowned as the 100th San Francisco Historic Landmark in 1976. It is situated at 429 Castro Street, and was built in 1922 along with a Spanish Colonial Baroque front.
The Castro Theatre is a much celebrated venue for repertory films, film celebrations, and exceptional occasions, incorporating gay and multi-cultural center, for example- the San Francisco International Film Festival, named as Frameline, and the SF International Film Festival, The International Film Noir Festival, the SF International Asian American Film Festival. The SF International South Asian Film Festival of regional Berlin and Beyond, the German Film Festival, and the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, and with the SF Indiefest.
- Adult : $11.00
- Senior (62 and up) : $8.50
- Child (12 and under): $8.50
- Bargain Matinee (show times listed in parentheses): $8.50
- Double Feature indicates 2 films for the price of 1.
- Opening time depends on show timings.
- Box office opens 30 minutes prior to the show.
- Castro Street
- Light rail F, KT, L, M,S, Buses K-Owl, L-Owl, 24, 35, 37
- Creme Brulee Cart
- Brandy Ho’s Castro
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2.24% of people who visit San Francisco include Castro Theatre in their plan
11 AM - 12 PM
28.57% of people start their Castro Theatre visit around 11 AM - 12 PM
1 Hr 30 Minutes
People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Castro Theatre
81.82% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Castro Theatre