ODEON Salisbury located at New Canal, Salisbury SP1 2AA, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0333 014 4501

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JOHANNA ANDREOU

5 Google Rating

Very nice unusual ODEON cinema. What you want with you visit a historical city is have a place like

5/ 5

Very nice unusual ODEON cinema. What you want with you visit a historical city is have a place like this one that contrast with the city. The building is medieval and the interior is pretty. It has the normal prices of all ODEON cinemas.

Mike Parkin

2 Google Rating

Having moved to Salisbury quite recently, this was my first trip to this Odeon cinema. The auditoriu

2/ 5

Having moved to Salisbury quite recently, this was my first trip to this Odeon cinema. The auditorium for Screen 1 is huge. It felt like i was in an actual theatre rather than a cinema. Unfortunately this led to a less than satisfying viewing experience as the screen seemed like it was miles away and disproportionately small for the room it's situated in. The sound quality also sounded echo-y and not up to the standard i'm used to. This experience will definitely influence any future decision to visit either my local screens or travel further afield.

Helly

1 Google Rating

Total rip off. 9.75 per child one if them 3 years., and 12.75 for adult, then high high prices for

1/ 5

Total rip off. 9.75 per child one if them 3 years., and 12.75 for adult, then high high prices for food sweets etc. .won't be going back not unless they change their policy

Jonty Thomas

3 Google Rating

Beautiful building! Staff were abit slow for food and don't bother with nachos as had only one dip a

3/ 5

Beautiful building! Staff were abit slow for food and don't bother with nachos as had only one dip available. Otherwise just like any other cinema

carl osborne

5 Google Rating

Not the standard Odeon. This is a listed building but period ceiling decoration. Looks very old com

5/ 5

Not the standard Odeon. This is a listed building but period ceiling decoration. Looks very old compared to the more modern cinemas.

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