11523 Santa Monica Blvd.
West L.A., CA 90025
405 exit Santa Monica Blvd Head West toward the ocean Theatre is on the North side at the corner of Colby and Santa Monica
- Metered parking lots are located at the southwestern corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Colby and the northeastern corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Butler. Street Parking is also available but restricted; please read posted signs carefully.
*Important: Santa Monica Blvd is a NO STOPPING ZONE between 4:00 PM & 6:00 PM*
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• Senior Weekdays: Seniors 62 & Over, $6 for all films that start before 6pm Monday - Friday.
• Student Sunday Nights: Students, $9 for all films that start after 6 p.m. on Sundays, must display valid student ID at the Box Office
* Discount pricing does not apply to any film that as the "Special Pricing" (SP) icon.
The Royal is located on Santa Monica Blvd., between Bulter and Colby Ave. From the 405 freeway, get off at Santa Monica Blvd. and head west for 5 blocks. The theatre will be on the right.
We recommend using one the City Parking lots. One is on Colby, just south of Santa Monica Blvd., and the other is located on Butler, just north of Santa Monica. The city charges $1 per hour. Some spaces are designated as 2-hour spots, others as 4-hour spots. There is also street parking available around the theatre, but be sure to read posted signs carefully for restrictions. Please note that there is no parking on Santa Monica Blvd. between 4pm and 7pm, Monday-Friday as it is designated as a Tow Away Zone during those times.
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• Complimentary assistive listening devices available at the box office. Driver's License or State ID required for deposit.
• Disabled seating and accessible restrooms available.
The Royal Theater was built in 1924 and was originally known as the Tivoli. Laemmle took over the theater in January, 1972. At that time, Laemmle's business operations moved to the office space above the theater and has remained there to this day. The theater seats 600 movie-goers and is one of the last remaining single screen theaters in daily operation in Souther California.