There are two parking garages within a block of the theater. The Municipal Parking Garage at the corner of Assembly and Taylor has 5 hour parking meters on its lowest level. This is your best option for parking for weekday matinees. After 5pm there is usually ample street parking on Main Street at the regular metered spaces.
Matinees (before 5:00 pm)
Seniors (65+), Students and Military
Seniors (65+), Students and Military
Patrons 65 years of age and older are eligible for our Senior Citizen discount.
Tickets may be refunded up to 24 hours before the screening. Those screenings which have sold out will have a wait list and will be sold on first come, first serve basis. Those with tickets to these screenings may obtain refund up to 24 hours before the screening.
All tickets are general seating.
Please note that The Nick is a cashless venue and only accepts credit card and Apple Pay as payment.
We have a no talking policy during films. If another member of the audience asks you to stop talking, please do so. If you are talking you will be given one warning from theater staff. If the problem persists you will be asked to leave the theater without a refund.
Phone use is not permitted in the theaters, with no exceptions. The light emitted from phones is disruptive. This includes social media, texting, checking the time, etc. You will be asked to leave without a refund.
As a courtesy to our patrons and to ensure the highest quality theater-going experience the Nickelodeon reserves the right to stop selling tickets after the feature film begins.
Our seating period begins 30-minutes prior to show time and concludes 15-minutes after showtime. Please arrive at the theatre early in order to find the best seat in the house!
In the event of a sold-out screening, the Nickelodeon reserves the right to release unclaimed tickets to the standby line 15 minutes after showtime. If you anticipate being late to a screening, please contact the Nickelodeon box office by phone at 803-254-8234 and dial 0, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request for theater to hold your tickets.
Ticket refunds are available up to 24 hours before a scheduled screening.
In the extremely rare case of extenuating circumstances such as extreme weather or changes to scheduled programming, refunds for unclaimed tickets will be processed up to 24 hours after the scheduled screening.
A limited quantity of standby tickets become available for most sold-out screenings. A waiting list will be created 1 hour prior to the scheduled showtime. To be added to the waiting list call the Nickelodeon box office at 803-254-8234 and dial 0. In order for your place on the waiting list to be valid you must arrive at the theater and check-in with management 30 minutes prior to showtime.
Patrons are not permitted to bring outside food and drink into the theater except for food and desserts from Sweet Cream Co. and Candy Barrel candy from Mast General. The theater is not permitted to store patron’s left-over food or drink due to DHEC regulations.
The theater allows children, accompanied by an adult, to come to screenings at the parental figure’s discretion.
Groups of ten or more people can request discounted tickets. Certain restrictions apply. For more information, contact our theater at 803-254-8234 and someone will be happy to assist you.
Both of our theaters are wheelchair accessible and have wheelchair seating. We have an elevator located in the lobby that will open in our upstairs theater. Assisted listening devices are available upon request. The Nick is now offering Open Captions on Tuesday evenings (last screenings) and Saturday early matinees (first screenings).
Whenever possible we also offer audio (video) description and closed captioning via individual devices available at our box office. Just ask when you pick up your tickets. Please check individual features and showtimes to confirm, offerings will vary based on the availability of descriptive video and captioning content.
Just check for the logos at the showtime of the movie you want to see.
Closed Captioning: The written description of a movie’s dialogue and other audio elements such as music displayed on a personal device at your seat.
Audio (Video) Description: Narration describing a film’s important visual elements available through a headset at your seat.