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IMPORTANT UPDATE: DUE TO COVID-19 CONCERNS, MANY DRIVE-INS MAY BE CLOSED. PLEASE CHECK THE DRIVE-IN WEBSITE TO CONFIRM DETAILS.

Recall those drive-in memories of yesteryear? Drive-in movie theaters are classic fun and becoming all too rare. Pop into one of Virginia's treasured big screens soon make some new memories with family and friends.

Drive-in at Lovingston Cafe — Nelson County
The Lovingston Cafe is offering a drive-in theater experience in their parking lot on Saturdays 6-10pm during COVID-19. The movies are free to attend but space is limited. Patrons are asked to please stay in your cars during the movie to observe safe social distancing. Check their Facebook page for more details. The Lovingston Cafe is also open Friday-Sunday for takeout and delivery.

Family Drive In

The Family Drive-In Theatre — Stephens City
The Family Drive-In Theatre opened in 1957 and features a playground, concessions, and two screens. The Family Drive-In Theater will open May 1st for the season at 50% capacity with social distancing requirements for all guests. Visit their website and Facebook page for details on showings and available tickets.

Playground and Screen

Goochland Drive-In — Hadensville
Goochland Drive-In is a family destination including great concessions and shows two movies each weekend seasonally. Goochland Drive-In will open May 1st with physical distancing measures in place. Visit their website for more information.

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

Park Place Drive-In — 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.

Mayberry Drive-In Theatre — Moneta
Mayberry Drive-In Theatre opened in 2008 and 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.

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

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

Last Updated: 7/28/2020

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