Fresh buttered popcorn made right on site. An old fashioned candy counter with some of the classics - Sno Caps, Junior Mints, Twizzlers, Dots and plenty more. There's a soda fountain and even ice cream bars! So, that's just the lobby.
6 Screens DLP Digital Projection and Sound. Built in 1998. Operated by Landmark since 1998. The Embassy Cinema is located in the heart of Downtown Waltham near some of the greater Boston Area's finest restaurants.
Featuring a mix of independent film, foreign language cinema and Hollywood favorites, the Embassy Cinema is the perfect centerpiece to a night on the town in Waltham. "It takes just one step into the lobby of the Embassy Cinema to realize you’ve found something a little bit different" says Andrew Merritt in Wicked Local Waltham.
Parking is conveniently located behind the theatre when entering at Pine and Cooper Streets, just east of Moody Street. Operated by the city of Waltham, the lot is free after 6 PM daily and all day Sunday and City Holidays.
BUS: All MBTA locals to Central Square in Waltham, which is at the intersection of Moody St. and Elm St. The theatre is a short walk down Moody St. to Pine St. From downtown Boston take the Route 556 or 558 bus. From downtown Boston via Harvard Square & West Newton take the Route 553 or 554 bus. From Central Square Cambridge, take the Route 70 or 70A Bus. From Brandeis, take the Route 553 bus. From Bentley take the Route 554 bus.Most movies run at Waltham's Embassy Cinema are first-run moves.