- Cinemas and Theatres
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor
Hippodrome Boness has a full programme of films for all ages and tastes and offers a cinema going experience that is a wonderful world away from the multiplex. It is the oldest purpose built cinema in Scotland, an A listed historic building that opened in 1912!
At the Hippodrome, you will find a warm welcome for all, baby friendly screenings, 'Jeely Jar' screenings for kids, a 'Hippodrome for Schools' programme, and special events. There are also regular Q and As and workshops, buggy parking, booster seats for wee ones, baby changing facilities, and 'Cuppa' screenings with coffee or tea and cake included in your ticket price. You will also find free parking in Bo'ness town centre, making this old style picturehouse a great venue for some family film fun!
This is a wonderfully relaxing cinema, with beautifully restored, comfortable seats that provide great views of the screen, and a great selection of different films to watch. The surroundings may be old fashioned, but the projection and sound equipment are state of the art!
There is also a cafe and licensed bar.
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
Getting There and Contact Information
10 Hope Street, Boness, Edinburgh and Lothian, EH51 0AA, Scotland
Click here to visit Hippodrome Boness's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Screen times vary depending on film.
Standard ticket £6.30 Concession £4.80 Family (4 tickets) £17.30 Cuppa with refreshments £6.30 (or £3.20 for film only) Reel Screenings £2.50 Jeely Jary Screening £2.50 (2 for 1 with clean jam jar and lid) Special events £12.35 (£10 concession)
A baby changing room is located on the ground floor and there is an accessible toilet.
The Hippodrome Cafe and Licensed Bar opens 45mins before each screening, and closes at the start of the screening. Popcorn, ice cream, sweets, tea, coffee, and soft drinks are available from the Cafe. Beer, wine and spirits are available from the Licensed Bar, and it is possible to take your drink with you to your cinema seat. Children and young people are not permitted to approach the bar. No person under the age of 18 years is permitted to purchase alcohol.