Love holiday movies? This year, if you live or work in downtown Seattle, you can catch a few flicks on your lunch break. Here’s when and just which movies you can watch. 

This holiday season, City Hall Park is making sure everyone gets a little extra cheer in their week.

The Downtown Seattle Association is hosting free lunchtime screenings of some of the most classic holiday films. 

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What’s more, there will be free coffee and hot cocoa to give your afternoon a little pep. Screenings are free and open to the public with movies being shown every Tuesday at noon between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

This year’s lineup of films includes Annie (2014) on November 28th, Elf on December 5th, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on December 12th and The Polar Express on December 19th. 

So mark your calendars and treat yourself to a little movie time break from your normal daily routine. 

Hey, it’s almost like you’re getting paid to watch a movie at lunch!

Merry Movie Matinees at Seattle City Hall Park

When: Tuesdays, November 28th-December 19th at noon
Where: 450 3rd Ave
Cost: Free