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My son wanted to see the Master Rogers'biopic and the only place it was playing was at the Kentucky Theater. Not only is there no parking there so you have to pay to park. But when they did their big renovation a few years ago,...More
My family and I frequently visit this theater. It is always clean and efficient and the kids absolutely love it. Workers are quite friendly. Concession food is quite pricey, although always very tasty.
We visited the Kentucky Theater on a day that would have otherwise been ruined by the cold. The employees were friendly and helpful, the service was quick. The concession offerings were broader than I've seen any place else.
Once we were seated, we were a...More
We enjoyed our visit to the Kentucky Theater. We chose it specifically for its historical significance. The lobby is beautiful and the concessions area reminded me of the movie “The Magestic.” The man who prepared our popcorn was a pro - he put popcorn in...More
I'm told this historic theatre was recently renovated. It's beautiful! Intricate, artistic woodwork on the walls & ceiling (& stained glass). Cushy, comfortable, wide base & back chairs. Make this a stop on your trip to Lexington!
This is an old and elegant theater. The Indie movies are often played here, as well as the main stream movies. The ticket price is $6 for the first movie of the day, at least. The popcorn and soda are bargains as well. It's a...More
I enjoyed visiting the Kentucky Theater (or Kentucky Theatre) to see a classic movie from 1962, today, Wednesday, June 14, 2017. On Wednesdays the theater currently features classics.
Fred Mills, the manager of the Kentucky Theater, is a wonderful gentleman. I got to the theater...More