UA King of Prussia Stadium 16 and IMAX
300 Goddard Boulevard,
King of Prussia,
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Regal Entertainment Group (Official)
Operated by: Regal Entertainment Group
Previously operated by: United Theatres
Functions: Movies (First Run)
Previous Names: UA King of Prussia 16
News About This Theater
This 16 screen (including IMAX) theatre now operated by Regal but still advertised as United Artists is a short distance uphill from the King of Prussia Mall in Montgomery Country and northwest of Philadelphia. It is not directly part of the mall. Opened April 21, 2000, the United Artists King of Prussia 16 was constructed with all auditoriums having surround sound and stadium seating. Auditorium 9 is the IMAX, which closed in 2001, but later reopened and usually shows mainstream blockbusters. Auditoriums 5 & 12 opened as the largest regular auditoriums with 488-seats in each. Auditorium 12 by 2013 had been refurbished to be the RPX (Regal Premium Experience) with a huge curved 60ft wide screen. Auditorium 7 is the next largest with 305-seats. Auditorium 10 is the next largest and had 260-seats, but was redone in 2019 as a 4D auditorium.
Auditoriums 3, 4, 6, 8, 11, 13, & 14 are medium sized for this theatre, each with about 200-seats. The smallest auditoriums are 1, 2, 15 & 16 and range from 145 to 154 -seats.
This theatre replaced other theatres operated by United Artists, including the Plaza Theatre which had been twinned, at the King of Prussia Mall, and the nearby Queen Theatre.
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