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Alamo Drafthouse was founded in Austin, TX by Tim and Karrie League, who were driven by a simple passion for watching movies and enjoying food and beer. Their first theater at 409 Colorado Street was a handbuilt one screen operation that initially featured second run titles at discount rates. The Leagues’ passion for programming quickly soared past the standard repertory theater midnight fare.
Soon, what was once a non-descript parking garage became a hub for cinephiles far beyond central
1911 Aldrich Street, Suite 120, Austin, TX 78701
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
PARKING GARAGE – Alamo Mueller guests may park in levels 1 & 2 of the McBee Garage located directly behind Alamo Mueller and receive 4 hours of free validated parking. You must bring your parking ticket to the Alamo concierge desk for validation.
Guests who exceed the 4-hour free parking validation will need to pay for the additional time at either the station located on the first floor of the parking garage or at the exit gate pay station.
Parking fees are $1 per hour with a maximum daily charge of $10. You may enter and exit the garage within 10 minutes at no charge.
STREET PARKING – There is metered parking on the streets around Alamo Mueller.
Meter Operation Hours: Monday-Wednesday 10AM-8PM; Thursday-Saturday 10AM-midnight; Sunday NO charge. The fee is $1 per hour, with a 3-hour maximum.
Please be aware that some of the nearby residential streets require a Residential Parking Permit. These streets are identified with red and white signage.
General Admission (Friday through Sunday and select opening nights): $11.00 (2D), $14.50 (3D)
General Admission (Monday through Thursday): $10.50 (2D), $14.00 (3D)
Matinees (before 6pm): $8.50 (2D), $12.00 (3D)
Student, seniors, children (6-11), military personnel, Austin Film Society and Austin Film Festival members: $8.50 (2D), $12.00 (3D)
The Austin Creative Alliance is funded in part by the City of Austin through the Economic Development Department's Cultural Arts Division and by grants from Texas Commission on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts which believes that a great nation deserves great art. The Creative Alliance also receives generous in-kind support from CreateAustin, and Time Warner Cable News. We are also grateful for the ongoing support and participation of our members and patrons.