Olympic Club

CENTRALIA, WA. Located halfway between Seattle and Portland in the town of Centralia, the Olympic Club Hotel and Theater has been a local landmark since its construction in the early 1900’s. Probably most well-known for the infamous Massacre and union riots of 1919, Centralia is now a town bustling with cobblestone streets, antique shops and community spirit.

The theater runs feature films daily and offers a relaxing way to take in a show. Comfy couches and chairs create a cozy and intimate setting for watching a movie with family and friends. If popcorn just isn’t enough, guests are welcome to order something off the menu and wash it down with a pint of McMenamins ale too. A Centralia, WA landmark since its construction in the early 1900s.

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