LocationPalace Theatre View map
300 S. Main Street,
Grapevine, TX, 76051
- Website: https://www.grapevinetexasusa.com/palace-theatre/movies/
- Line/Box Office Phone: 817/410-3100
- Cost: $6 per person
- Ages: All ages
The Palace Theatre, a restored art deco-style 1940s theater, makes going to the movies a special occasion. This Grapevine attraction features classic films as part of the First Friday Film Series at the Palace Arts Center.
Admission is $6 per person. Movies are general admission style seating. Bring in a same-day receipt from any Grapevine restaurant and receive a free small popcorn.
Note that all patrons are required to wear masks or face coverings in public areas. While they must be worn for the duration of performances or movies, they may be removed when eating or drinking. Occupancy is at 50%, and guests wanting to sit together are encouraged to purchase tickets in the same transaction.
Friday, February 5 at 7:30pm
The Maltese Falcon (1941, not rated), starring Humphrey Bogart, Mary Astor and Gladys George.
A private detective takes on a case that involves him with three eccentric criminals, a gorgeous liar, and their quest for a priceless statuette.
Saturday, February 6 at 7:30pm
Casablanca (1941, PG), starring Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman and Paul Henreid.
A cynical American expatriate struggles to decide whether or not he should help his former lover and her fugitive husband escape French Morocco.
Friday, February 12 at 7:30pm
Message in a Bottle (1999, PG-13), starring Kevin Costner, Robin Wright and Paul Newman.
A woman discovers a tragic love letter in a bottle on a beach, and is determined to track down its author.
Saturday, February 13 at 7:30pm
Say Anything (1989, PG-13), starring John Cusack, Ione Skye and John Mahoney.
A noble underachiever and a beautiful valedictorian fall in love the summer before she goes off to college.
**Happy Valentine's Day! Celebrate your love with two tickets for $10.**
Friday, February 26 at 7:30pm
Father of the Bride (1991, PG), starring Steve Martin, Diane Keaton and Martin Short.
With his oldest daughter's wedding approaching, a father finds himself reluctant to let go.