Cinema 180 Dome
4943 Clifton Hill,
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Previous Names: Cinerama Cinema 180 Dome
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News About This Theater
- Jun 23, 2005 — Niagara Falls' Cinema 180 Advanture Dome Closed
The Cinema 180 Dome opened in 1969 on Clifton Hill in Niagara Falls.
When this cinema first opened, it showed Cinerama films for about three years. After that, the Cinema 180 changed its format and took out some of the seats to make it a standing room cinema. It showed 30 minute movies on a giant four-story 180-degree screen.
It most recently was showing 15 minute, fast action moving movies that make you feel that you’re in the movie. When you entered the Cinema 180, you saw a two car roller coaster with a track in the lobby and airplanes hanging from the celling. This cinema had no snack bar in its lobby, instead there was a gift shop and video arcade.
In this cinema you had the choice of standing or sitting down on its remaining 30 seats. The Cinema 180 was last renovated in 1990.
The Cinema 180 closed in May of 2005 and has been converted into a Legoland type adventure attraction named Brick City.
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