From San Francisco, Berkeley, Contra Costa County areas:
BART: From MacArthur Station to AC Transit bus 57 to Grand Lake Theatre (Macarthur Blvd & Grand Avenue)
From 19th St. Station to AC Transit bus #12 to Grand Lake Theatre (Lakepark & Grand Avenue).
From SF Transbay Terminal take NL bus. Get off at Macarthur Blvd & Lake Shore Av walk two blocks to the Grand Lake Theatre.
Take Richmond BART to 19th Street Station. Transfer to AC Transit bus #12, to Lakepark & Grand Avenue.
The City of Oakland lot located under the 580 freeway has free spaces after 6pm Monday - Friday and all day Saturdays and Sundays. Permit parking is in force Monday - Friday until 6pm. Paid kiosk parking is in force Monday - Saturday until 6pm.
Please read signs carefully and park accordingly.
Free spaces can be located in the neighborhood surrounding the theater.
There is metered street parking and parking lots around the theater. Kiosk metered parking is enforced from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday - Saturday (check parking kiosks for details). The current rate is $2.00 per hour.
In the evening, metered spaces are free after kiosk metering ends at 6pm.
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$6.00 MATINEES FOR ALL SHOWS BEFORE 5:45
(3D SCREENINGS INCLUDED)
3200 Grand Avenue
Oakland, CA 94610
Directions & Parking
Gen Adm $11
Discount Tuesday $5
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Gen Adm $12.50
Discount Tuesday $5
The Grand Lake has a new discount policy: Tuesday is now “$5.00 Day”. All admissions are $5.00* each all day long. This includes 3-D features! (*Excluding Special Engagements) Our new discount policy now extends to matinee shows! All tickets for showtimes starting prior to 6pm are only $6.00, 3-D included! Every day!
Wednesday is Free Popcorn Day! Receive a free bag of popcorn with purchase of admission.
Mighty Wurlitzer Organ played before Friday and Saturday evening shows indicated in green in the Main Auditorium.
About Wurlitzer Organ