Mystic Luxury Cinemas

27 Coogan Boulevard,
Stonington, CT 06355

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Operated by: Shoreline Entertainment Group

Previously operated by: Hoyts Theatres

Functions: Movies (First Run)

Styles: Colonial Revival

Previous Names: Village I & II Theatre, Mystic Village 3 Cinemas

Phone Numbers: Box Office: 860.536.4227
Manager: 860.536.4228

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Mystic Luxury Cinemas

Located adjacent to Route 95 at Coogan Boulevard. (Route 27) in Mystic, a short distance from historic Mystic Seaport. The theatre was opened as a twin on October 3, 1973 with Maggie Smith in “Love, Pain and the Whole Damn Thing” and Ryan O'Neal in “Paper Moon. The shopping center where the cinema is located is a quaint imitation-Colonial style collection of businesses, many catering to the tourists who frequent the area.

It was renovated in 2015 when a 4th screen was added and it reopened December 17, 2015 as Mystic Luxury Cinemas.

Contributed by Gerald A. DeLuca

Recent comments (view all 7 comments)

Gerald A. DeLuca
Gerald A. DeLuca on July 5, 2005 at 11:01 am

I only went here once or twice. I saw the atmospheric and engrossing Tony Bui film made in Vietnam, Three Seasons back in May of 1999. It played here before it was shown in Providence, and I believe was reviewed/listed in the Providence paper.

Jim Vecchio
Jim Vecchio on April 27, 2006 at 2:59 pm

While in Mystic a short while ago, we attended a showing of “The Hitchikers' Guide To the Galaxy”. There was nothing really outstanding about this theater (or the movie, either, for that matter.

DOS76 on July 29, 2006 at 9:59 am

I recently saw a movie here for the first time. The staff was polite, the restrooms were very clean, and the movie was great I highly recommend this theatre. I will return.

shoeshoe14 on September 3, 2008 at 7:01 pm

Finally found the place the other day on a cycling trip. It’s in Building 18, the last on the edge of the village. It’s like a barn and it fits in very well with the faux village feel. I saw it at 9pm, well after the crowds were gone. They also show live musical theatre for children as well.

shoeshoe14 on September 3, 2008 at 7:52 pm

It’s not Hoyts anymore, it’s Premier Arts Cinemas. And now the theatre is called Olde Mystick Village Arts Cinemas or VC 1-2-3.

rivest266 on July 18, 2023 at 2:27 pm

Opened on October 3rd, 1973. Grand opening ad posted.

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