Cinema Nova is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

1. Cinema Nova

380 Lygon St, Carlton, VIC
Indie Movie Theater · 58 tips and reviews

Kate B.Kate Bradley: Wonderful, intimate yet spacious cinemas and the more decent array of films

KassiKassi: Favourite cinema in Melbourne. Tickets are $13 concession (cash only) and the guy from The Crayon Fields works here! Always shows the movies I can't find anywhere else, in cosy, intimate cinemas.

Ines N.Ines Norman: Love this Cinema - great for normal & alternate films. Favourite room is the bamboo room; perfect with a bit of high tea. :)

Palace Kino Cinemas is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

2. Palace Kino Cinemas

45 Collins St. (Exhibition St), Melbourne, VIC
Movie Theater · Melbourne CBD · 25 tips and reviews

Sophie W.Sophie W: One of the best cinemas around. Just be sure to book tickets early for Friday and Saturday nights!

Gaik I.Gaik Igitkhanian: I think it's the best movie theatre around. Great location, comfortable seats and you can have a glass of wine right in cinema. Highly recommended.

Sancha E.Sancha E: Great alternative cinema

Curtin House Rooftop Bar is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

3. Curtin House Rooftop Bar

252 Swanston St. (at Lonsdale St.), Melbourne, VIC
Beer Garden · Melbourne CBD · 84 tips and reviews

Richard M.Richard McLean: I can't wait to try it! Weather perfect for rooftop cinema. Perhaps weekend.

Ryan H.Ryan Harris: The rooftop cinema during weekdays in the summer months is a must do! Book your tickets in advance though, as they often sell out!

Jess P.Jess Po: Great place - try the cinema in summer, in winter the mulled wine is a favourite

Astor Theatre is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

4. Astor Theatre

1 Chapel St (Dandenong Rd), St Kilda, VIC
Indie Movie Theater · 31 tips and reviews

Dimi K.Dimi Kos: Come to a cinema fiasco night! Heaps of fun

David B.David B: Fantastic old fashioned cinema, showing new and classic movies in 35mm, 70mm, 2k and 4k. Fine films and atmosphere.

Glenn M.Glenn M: Awesome vintage cinema ideally suited to catching movies that have stopped running at Village / Hoyts or just an old classic. Wicked Wednesday's get you a double movie pass for $10.

Classic Cinema is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

5. Classic Cinema

9 Gordon Street (at Glenhuntly Rd), Melbourne, VIC
Indie Movie Theater · Ripponlea · 12 tips and reviews

Simon D.Simon Doukas: Great cinema. Also, you can buy drinks from the vodka bar next door to take into the movie - perfect night out!

Richard Y.Richard Yeo: Value cinema!

Ngoc V.Ngoc Vu: Super cheap movies on tuesdays, very clean and theres gourmet popcorn flavours.

Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI) is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

6. Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)

Federation Square (at Flinders St), Melbourne, VIC
Museum · 57 tips and reviews

Bernie H.Bernie Hernández: The best place for indie and international cinema in Melbourne.

⠀⠀ⅉ⠀⠀ⅉ: Great exhibition and cinemas

Just J.Just Journeys: An incredible place with an amazing exposition. it tells the movie history of the world through its special effects. a lot of interactive elements for the customers to enjoy

Palace Cinema is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

7. Palace Cinema

Como Centre, Chapel St., Melbourne, VIC
Multiplex · South Yarra · 20 tips and reviews

Chris L.Chris Liew: Cinema is at level 2.

TomfooleryTomfoolery: Bit of a weird cinema (not even sure where to buy tickets). The seats are incredibly comfy though

Sandy A.Sandy A.: My best cinemas in Melbourne. Fantastic handmade choc top

IMAX Melbourne is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

8. IMAX Melbourne

Melbourne Museum, Carlton Gardens (Rathdowne Street), Melbourne, VIC
Movie Theater · Carlton · 41 tips and reviews

Next_StudioNext_Studio: The 3rd largest cinema screen in the world! Sit bang in the middle and about two thirds back for optimal viewing pleasure, particularly in 3D. Suffer from motion sickness? Don't forget your sick bag!

Ross H.Ross Hill: Stroll through the world heritage listed Carlton Gardens and lay in the sunshine before seeing a movie on the world’s third largest cinema screen.

Praveen V.Praveen Vijayan: Nice large screen but get there early because it's free seating.

Village Cinemas is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

9. Village Cinemas

The Jam Factory, 500 Chapel St., Melbourne, VIC
Multiplex · South Yarra · 29 tips and reviews

AorPG R.AorPG Rudra: Cinema 10 now equipped with Sony Dynamic Digital Sound (SDDS) Read more.

Jed K.Jed Knight: This is a cinema where you watch movies.

Steve A.Steve Androulakis: Expensive tickets. Decent cinema.

Village Cinemas (Gold Class) is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

10. Village Cinemas (Gold Class)

Crown Casino & Entertainment Complex, Southbank, VIC
Movie Theater · 17 tips and reviews

TashaTasha: A luxurious cinema experience. Book tickets on line and they are a bit cheaper. The wines are good, and the deep fried items are actually good quality. You can book the whole cinema out for parties.

Ella M.Ella Melbourne: Apart from The location is convenience, also the cinema itself, the ambiance and the services are all great!!! My favorite cinema in Melbourne. I always come here.

Suzana M.Suzana Miranda: Amazing....

Royal Botanic Gardens is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

11. Royal Botanic Gardens

Birdwood Ave., South Yarra, VIC
Botanical Garden · 94 tips and reviews

Tai H.Tai Hiroji: If you are going to the moonlight cinema I would suggest a sleeping bag!

VenothVenoth: Such an amazing park with lots of things to do. One of the best Botanical Gardens in the world. Do not miss this place when in Melbourne.

Open House MelbourneOpen House Melbourne: Did you know? Since 1957, the astrograph dome at Melbourne Observatory has been powered by a second-hand washing machine motor! Discover more, Open House 10am to 4pm - Sunday 29 July 2012 #OHM2012

Abbotsford Convent is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

12. Abbotsford Convent

1 St Heliers St, Abbotsford, VIC
Cultural Center · Abbotsford · 29 tips and reviews

Kevin Y.Kevin Yank: Gorgeous little precinct with lush gardens, a few restaurants, an open air cinema in the summertime, and a plethora of markets and events throughout the year.

TomfooleryTomfoolery: Beautiful place. Walk around the gardens, go to the markets, have a long lunch at Lentils (with a chai!), enjoy the tranquility

Chris C.Chris Chinchilla: Rip handsome Steve, pay homage

Arts Centre Melbourne is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

13. Arts Centre Melbourne

100 St. Kilda Rd., Southbank, VIC
Opera House · 24 tips and reviews

Sigrid d.Sigrid de Castella: Great performances at both Playhouse and Fairfax cinemas, both without mobile coverage so no performance interruptions. Car parking is expensive, better to PT it if you can. Limited food available.

VenothVenoth: The design of this place is just amazing. Lovely architecture and rich with tradition.

Linda W.Linda W.: Check out the Jeffrey Smart painting 'Container Train in Landscape' in the foyer of the Fairfax Theatre. It's big and beautiful.

Bar Open is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

14. Bar Open

317 Brunswick St, Melbourne, VIC
Bar · Fitzroy · 10 tips and reviews

TomfooleryTomfoolery: Check out Screen Sect on Monday nights upstairs "A film society night devoted to rarely seen, obsessively loved and criminally neglected cult classics of cinema."

We Love MelbourneWe Love Melbourne: Live music most nights of the week, with extremely danceable stuff on weekend nights. A cosy stage with an intimate feel to it. Drinks are fair priced. Definitely check out on a weekend for music.

Kylie T.Kylie Turnley: Delicious Espresso Martinis, and incredible mixologists behind the bar, multi-tasking like a boss with their funky shirts and ties.

Moonlight Cinema is one of The 15 Best Places for Cinema in Melbourne.

15. Moonlight Cinema

Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne, VIC
Movie Theater · 23 tips and reviews

Kristine M.Kristine Michaelsen: Definitely better than normal cinema! Had a great experience!

Yondering M.Yondering Monkeys: Get there early, bring a picnic and wine/beer as its not worth the wait for food. Bring pillows so you can lie down comfortably and see the screen and a blanket as it gets cold. Look out for the bats!

Olivia L.Olivia Leung: Watch a classic @ Moonlight Cinema before end of summer 2010 Read more.

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