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AMC – Ahwatukee 24

4915 E Ray Rd, Phoenix, Arizona, United States
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    Category: Do
    Address: 4915 E Ray Rd
    United States
    Price Level: $$
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    1. Brett Heising Post authorAMC - Ahwatukee 24
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      • The accessible parking at this theatre can fill up quickly, especially on the weekends. But all in all, it is a great place to watch a movie. The accessible restroom stalls at this AMC theater feel a bit bigger than those at other movie theaters around town.

      • Some auditoriums are larger than others, but they’re all accessible. The accessible seating in the auditorium (#9) was easy to access. It’s not elevated, but viewing wasn’t compromised.

      • Number of restrooms: 4 – two men’s; two women’s (one accessible stall w/ grab-bars in each)

      • Automatic door at front entrance: Yes

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    2. Matthew H. AMC - Ahwatukee 24
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      The AMC Theater in Ahwatukee has been remodeled with new seating in all the theaters. The seats have all an automatic recline function that can make for a comfortable viewing experience. However, this seating arrangement makes it so that you must reserve your seat before entering the theater. It also has reduced the total number of seats in all of the theaters. Even though the accessible seating is often not fully occupied you may want to book your seats in advance, particularly if you’re going to see a popular movie opening weekend or something along those lines.

      As is the case in many movie theaters the accessible seating is rather close to the screen which is not always ideal. However, it makes for easy entrance and exit of the theater. With an accessible ticket you’ll have the option to transfer into the theater seat if you’d like.

      There is plenty of accessible parking in front of the theater and also a lane for drop-offs/pick-ups if necessary. Once inside the theater you’ll need to get your tickets at one of the kiosks. There is staff on hand to help if necessary.

      There are several restrooms throughout the theater, all of which have an accessible stall and ample room under the sinks to roll under.

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