Looking for something fun to do with your grandchildren on a rainy day in Naples? Why not take them to go see a movie at any one of the many theaters in our town? It can be a great way to spend time with your grandchildren and have a shared experience altogether.
Movie Theaters in Naples, Florida
We have so many beautiful theaters around town! You really can’t go wrong in deciding which one to patronize!
- Regal Cinemas Hollywood 20. This large theater offers lots of showtimes for most all of the popular new release movies. Kid-friendly matinees abound, and lots of snacks are available. Located on Naples Boulevard across the street from Costco, ticket prices are reasonable, and the theater even offers a summer movie program for families – at $1 admission! Click here for Regal Cinemas website.
- B&B Naples Towne Center 6. Located on East 41, this older theater offers relatively limited showtimes, but a laid back atmosphere. The theater plays new releases and popular movies, and the ticket prices are reasonably priced. Additionally, matinee times start early, during the week and on the weekends. Click here for B&B Towne Center 6 website.
- Paragon Pavillion. This recently re-done movie theater is located in the Pavillion shopping plaza on US 41 and Vanderbile Beach Road. Their chairs are superbly comfortable, and they have a large dining and drinks menu. The Paragon—because it is located directly across the street from Silverspot – plays movies completely unique to Silverspot. Patrons select their seats at the time they purchase tickets, guaranteeing you can sit together with your grandchildren, space permitting. Click here for Paragon Pavillion website.
- Silverspot Cinema. Located within the Mercato shopping area, Silverspot Cinema is Naples’ most upscale movie theater, and ticket prices reflect this. They have a full restaurant and bar, and they offer seat selection as well at the time of ticket purchases. The chairs are plush leather and very comfortable. In general, it’s not the preferred theatre for children and you don’t see a lot of younger kids in the audience. Click here for Silverspot Cinema website.
If You Go
If you go, be sure to confirm that the movie selection is acceptable with your grandchildren’s parents. Parents have a very wide range of what they deem acceptable viewing for their children, depending upon age and content.