Movie theaters may be closed for a little longer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have the perfect movie night. Instead of saying at home again, hop in the car and take a trip to a Virginia drive-in theater. Drive-in movie theaters are making a comeback during the age of COVID-19 with limited contact and extra social distancing measures put in place. Here are four Virginia drive-in theaters to visit this summer.
Movies shown Wednesdays through Sundays, 8:45 p.m.
Travel up to Stephens City for the classic drive-in experience. With two drive-up screens available, viewers can choose to watch the kid-friendly flick or film for adults. Tickets must be purchased online. // 5890 Valley Pike, Stephens City; $3-$9 per person
Movies shown Saturdays, 8:30 p.m.
If you’re into classic Hollywood films, take a drive down to Lovingston for some throwback films. The Lovingston Cafe opens its parking lot and patio for Saturday movie nights. Enjoy delicious cafe grub as you start the night off with 30 minutes of classic cartoons before the old-time flick begins. // 165 Front St., Lovingston; free
Movie dates vary each week, 8:30 p.m.
Enjoy new and classic movies at the Goochland Drive-In. From the newest flicks like, Onward and The Call of the Wild to favorites like Batman and Grease, there is sure to be a show for everyone. Single and double features available throughout the week. // 4344 Old Fredericksburg Road, Hadensville; $18-$20 per car
Hull’s Drive-in Theatre
Movies shown Thursdays through Sundays, 8:45 p.m.
This community-owned drive-in has been in the business for 70 years. With single and double features available throughout the weekend, just hop in the car for a fun night out of the house. // 2367 N. Lee Highway, Lexington; $10-$20 per car
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