Seattle, WA 98102
Seattle Weekly's Description
Located in a sleepy, tree-shrouded corner of Capitol Hill just off Broadway, the Harvard Exit was originally built as Woman's Century Club in 1925. It was converted to an art-house cinema in 1968 and acquired by Landmark in 1979. The venue has two screens, one up a long flight of stairs (no elevator, sorry). The Exit's cozy lobby, with piano, has long been a favorite place to meet friends before the show.
|Blue Is The Warmest Color (La Vie d'Adèle) (NC-17) 179 mins||(4:15 PM), 8:00 PM|
|Dallas Buyers Club (R) 117 mins||(4:25 PM), 7:05 PM, 9:40 PM|
Tips from foursquare
Try the movies. They're delicious!
Keep working your way up the steps if you need to go bathroom and don't feel like standing in line after the movie. They have bathrooms on every floor. (3 floors)
The Harvard Exit Theater in Seattle is one of Washington’s more publicized ‘haunted’ locations. http://blogs.aghost.org/2007/08/harvard-exit-theater_13.html?m=1
My favorite independent movie theater in Seattle. In the main theater, sit in the front row of the balcony for a great view of the screen and lots of leg room.
A Prophet (Un Prophete) was a genius flick! See it now!
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Reviews and News
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