You Can Still Go To Some Of America’s Most Classic Drive-In Movie Theaters

Drive-in movie theaters might seem like a thing of the past. However, if you are nostalgic for sitting in your car and watching a flick outdoors, you can still go to a few in the United States. A drive-in movie theater night can be a fun way to spend a summer evening with your family and it may be cheaper than a traditional movie theater.

Here are some of the best drive-in movie theaters that are still around in America. Do you still have one near you?

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Maine

Bangor Drive-In in Hermon, ME is open Wednesday through Sunday in the summer months. They recently re-opened after being closed for over 30 years. Talk about a comeback!

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Minnesota

Starlite Drive-In Movie Theater in Litchfield, MN is open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday only in the summer. They have been family-owned and operated since 1914.

Illinois

Skyview Drive-In in Belleville, IL is open only on weekends from April to October. They have been open since 1949 and feature two back-to-back features for one ticket. You can also reserve a spot for your car in advance. How cool is that?

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Texas

Stars & Stripes Drive-In Theatre in Lubbock, TX is open year round because of the warm Texas weather. They also have a 1950s-themed cafe with milkshakes!

Coyote Drive-In in Fort Worth, TX is open year round and was actually opened in 2011. It has a great backdrop of downtown Fort Worth and they play live music before the show.

Georgia

Starlight Drive-In Theatre in Atlanta, GA is open year round and was opened in 1949. It is known for its retro art-deco style.

Maryland

Bengies in Baltimore, MD is also open during the summer and boasts the largest outdoor movie screen in the United States.

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New York

Four Brothers Drive-In in Amenia, NY is open during the warmer months and has a playground for kids. They also have a car hop food delivery service and a litter box so you can bring your pets.

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