Station North Arts District, looking north on Charles Street


The Charles Theater in Station North is a local gem that film-lovers in the area can't get enough of. It's quirky, with its vintage vibe and hand-painted movie posters lining the walls, but residents wouldn't want it any other way. It's the perfect place to escape reality and lose yourself in a good flick, whether it's the latest blockbuster or a classic indie film. So grab a tub of popcorn (with Old Bay seasoning, of course) and settle in for a movie night that only Baltimore can deliver.

The landmark movie theater has been serving the city since 1939. It was originally built as a single-screen cinema and has since been expanded to include four screens and a range of amenities, making it a popular destination for movie-goers in Baltimore.

Over the years, The Charles Theater has shown diverse and eclectic programming, which includes a mix of classic and contemporary films, independent and foreign productions, and special events and screenings. The theater is also known for its cozy, intimate atmosphere, with comfortable seating, a well-stocked concession stand, and a friendly staff that adds to the overall cinema experience.


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