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Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, The Senator opened on October 5th, 1939 as a single screen movie house. It is a historic Art-Deco movie theatre designed by John J. Zink. The Senator reopened on Thursday, October 10th, 2013 with 4...more
Nice historic movie house with charm and character. Free parking a short walk down York Road in a medical building lot. We saw a movie in one of the smaller theaters and seats were comfortable and cushioned with drink holders. Not super comfortable like the...More
We come here often to see movies. The employees are friendly and the theater is wonderful! The movie/snack prices are great-not too high. Love that you can eat delicious Clark burgers and drink local beer while enjoying a movie. Support the Senator!!
There may well be no better place to see a film in Baltimore. A classic movie house, with its original decor, and patrons who respect the art of film making. The Senator has panache, élan, understated elegance, and is, quite simply, a true pleasure to...More
Ok, so this place is really unique... we are not from Baltimore so we have never been here before and had no idea this Movie “Theater” is actually a real theater like as in Broadway (Not that fabulous though). It is not in the best...More
If you like movies and appreciate a true movie theatre, do yourself a favor and go to The Senator. Baltimore’s favorite cinema shows regular blockbuster feature films as well as a tantalizing array of oldies but goodies. I grew up going to The Senator and...More
Enjoy yourself in a 900 seat auditorium, with wall deco decorations from the opening day, 1939. With a 40 foot screen and a state of the art sound and projection systems, you will have a wonderful experience. I have been going there for the last...More
I love The Senator! We try to always go here rather than a chain theater. The ambiance and decor simply cannot be beat. When Star Wars Episode VII came out, we saw that opening night, and they had musicians on stage playing the soundtrack before...More
Some movies were made to be seen on a huge screen with great sound and shared with a live audience. This is not your average Netflix movie experience. History, art deco, a restored movie palace. Your kids have never seen anything like this. And they...More
We saw the new Guardians of the galaxy film on the big screen. We ordered burgers from Clark burger. You are allowed to bring the food from Clark Burger into the theater. We ate it at the tables in the back row during the film....More