When it opened in 1946, Garland Theatre was one-of-a-kind in Spokane and also years ahead of its time. Its snack bar was...
moreWhen it opened in 1946, Garland Theatre was one-of-a-kind in Spokane and also years ahead of its time. Its snack bar was imported from Hollywood and was the center of attraction. Its stadium-style recliner seats with cup holders was unheard of in that region in that era. Now, this historic theater is considered to be the only independent theater in the city, so enjoy the latest blockbusters at discounted rates. less
Having visited the Garland theater every Saturday morning from 1948-1951 as a young child, I have great nostalgic feeling for the theater. My family lived only a few doors north on Monroe, and we...more
If you are willing to wait for a new movie you can see it hear for less money. The trade off is the seats don't recline and there is no food service to your seat. If you are looking at a good way to...more