Tampa Theatre in Downtown Tampa to see the first movie in the Family Favorites: A Tampa Theatre Classic Film Series.
I'll start out by telling you how much I love, love, love The Tampa Theatre on Franklin Street! It was built in 1926 and the old architecture is amazing! Growing up in Tampa, I went to The Tampa Theatre as a child on school field trips to see plays. The lobby (and main theater) have a beautiful blue ceiling with twinkling stars. My boys had never been to The Tampa Theatre so I enjoyed their reactions to the magnificent sights inside.
Here are some photos but they don't do the theater justice. The theater's low, romantic lighting didn't lead to great pictures.
Inside the theater
Some pre-movie music
Part of an old intercom system
The movie was terrific, just like I remembered. Fred Savage and Cary Elwes were so young! Now when I say "as you wish", my boys actually understand the reference. My boys thought the ROUS were hilarious which led to conversations of their pet rats becoming ROUS.
We had a great time seeing this classic movie at The Tampa Theatre! I want to go back to see The Neverending Story...another of my favorites.
If you and your family haven't been to The Tampa Theatre yet, you've got to pay it a visit. It's an incredible history Tampa landmark.
Here's a list of other family favorite movies playing at the theater.
Show times are Sundays at 2:00pm. Tickets are $9 for adults and $7 for children and Tampa Theatre members at the box office or online (online convenience fee is $2).
Disclaimer: My family was given free tickets to see The Princess Bride in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.