There is something magical about a drive-in movie. It seems as if you are stepping back in time as you cuddle with your sweetheart and enjoy a movie in the privacy of your own vehicle. Who could ask for a better viewing experience? When I tell others about our trips to the local drive-in movie, they are astonished. Drive-in movie theaters still exist in 2014? Yes, and here are a few of the local gems that will delight any visitor.
Bengies Drive in Theater
If you are searching for a memorable drive-in movie experience, look no further than Bengies. Located in Baltimore Maryland on Eastern Boulevard, Bengies offers the largest movie screen in the nation. This large screen offers the most exciting viewing experience, without cropping. Offering triple features on Friday and Saturday night, Bengies can help you start your weekend off right. You must have a fully functioning radio in your car to enjoy the movies. Movies offered at Bengies are classics, vintage movies, and cartoons. Remember to bring brown paper bags and plenty of tape to cover your headlights so that you don’t interrupt other viewers. Also keep in mind that the box office takes cash only.
Drive-in for the Family
Grab your snacks, drinks and kids and head down to Stephens City Virginia where the Family Drive-in is located. This drive in opens every April and offers a fantastic selection of classic and modern family films that everyone can enjoy. Currently showing films such as Heaven is Real, Amazing Spiderman 2 and Rio 2. Adult admission is only $8 and children under age 11 are admitted for $4. They also accept all major credit cards. Since the area is quite large, parking generally isn’t a concern. Check out the Family Drive-in for your next viewing experience. You wont regret it.
Movies on the Beach
Grab your blanket and your beach chair, you are headed for a lovely adventure. Imagine watching a flick while the waves crash against the shore of scenic Chesapeake Beach, Maryland. There is truly nothing like it. Movies are shown from June throughout the summer and into October. You can enjoy movies on the large inflatable screen and tehe best par of all, the movies are absolutely free. Who could ask for more? Parking is limited, but seating is now. Visitors are welcome and encouraged to attend the movies. The Movies on the Bay have become a local treasure. Come find out why.