Virginia's Drive-Ins

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    Recall those drive-in memories of yesteryear? Make some new memories with family and friends.

    Drive-in movie theaters are classic fun and becoming all too rare. Pop into one of Virginia's treasured big screens soon.


    Blue Ridge Highlands

    Christiansburg - Starlite Drive-In - Opened in 1952 and is still showing two movies each weekend April through September.

    Marion - Park Place Drive-In - Opened in 1954, but what you see now is brand new as of 2000. This is a family destination for more than flix. Come for the fun! Mini golf, batting cages, an arcade, and a sweet ice cream shop top off the night.


    Central Virginia

    Hadensville - Goochland Drive-In - A new drive-in in Virginia, this family destination includes great concessions and shows two movies each weekend seasonally.

    Moneta - Mayberry Drive-In Theatre - Opened in 2008. Perhaps the most unique drive-in in Virginia, Mayberry includes a silver diner for your sit-down meal before the movies! Open weekends and other concessions are available.


    Shenandoah Valley

    Lexington - Hull's Drive-In Theater - Opened in 1950. Pet-friendly, concessions, kids 11 and under are free. Open Friday-Sunday, April through October. Non-profit and community-owned.

    Stephens City - The Family Drive-In Theatre - Opened in 1957. Playground, concessions, and two screens. Open nightly April through September.


    Heart of Appalachia

    Norton - Central Drive-In - Opened in 1952. A relaxing atmosphere that accommodates more than 400 cars! Open March through November.

Last Updated: 5/26/2015 9:19 AM
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