Where to See Family Christmas Movie Classics In & Around Wichita, KS | 2021


We love holiday movie classics and are thrilled to share some of the local theaters in and around Wichita that are hosting showings of holiday movie classics for families! Please let us know if we are missing any!

Holiday and Christmas Movies in Wichita, KS

Regal (Warren) $5 Movie Tickets

Get in the holiday spirit by seeing your favorite Christmas movies on the big screen! Regal Crown Club members can also purchase an exclusive $5 small soft drink & small popcorn combo! Showtimes will be each Saturday at 1PM.

Polar Express | November 27

Elf | December 11

Christmas Vacation | December 18

Orpheum Theatre Winter Film Series

Enjoy one of these holiday family films at one of our favorite local and historic spots in downtown Wichita!

Edward Scissorhands | December 4 | 7pm

Home Alone | December 11 | 7pm

It’s a Wonderful Life | December 19 | 3pm

The Polar Express at the Cosmosphere

About a 30-40 minute drive from Wichita, the Christmas at the Cosmosphere is a 10 year tradition with a showing of the Polar Express in the dome theater!

December 13-14 | 7pm
December 20-23 | 7pm
December 24 | 3pm
December 26-January 4 | 7pm

Exploration Place Dome Experience

Experience this iconic holiday classic on the dome screen! Enjoy a cash bar with themed cocktails for those over 21, stock up on movie snacks with a fully stocked snack bar, wear a costume, win door prizes and more. Are you a Griswold super-fan? Sign up for the VIP Experience and receive priority seating in the dome theater, popcorn, a complimentary cocktail (or a “mocktail” if under 21), and surprise goodies.

Christmas Vacation | December 16-18 

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