drive-in theater - Boston Moms

Traditional movie theaters are opening slowly throughout the state after a months-long hiatus due to COVID-19. If you are looking for an alternative to the traditional theater experience, a drive-in movie is a fun event for the whole family! 

Many traditional drive-in theaters throughout the state have opened for the summer months, and a number of pop-up drive-in theaters have opened for limited runs, with more locations awaiting clearance from local governing boards to open in the coming weeks. Boston Moms will update this list as they appear!

Traditional Drive-In Movie Theaters

Leicester Triple Drive-In

Route 9, 1675 Main Street, Leicester

Cost: $30 per carload

Mendon Twin Drive-In

35 Milford Street, Mendon

Cost: $30 per car with up to six people, $6 per additional person

Northfield Drive-In

981 Northfield Road, Hinsdale, NH

Cost: Varies

Wellfleet Drive-In

51 State Highway, Route 6, Wellfleet

Cost: $13 GA (ages 12-61), $9 seniors (62+) and kids (ages 4-11), free for ages 3 and under


Pop-Up Drive-In Movie Theaters

Kowloon Car Hop and Drive-In

948 Broadway, Saugus

Cost: $20 per car

Lombardo’s Drive-In Movies

6 Billings St, Randolph

Cost: $25 per car, gives admittance to both movies. Movies run Wednesday and Thursday nights.

Marshfield Pop-Up Drive-In

140 Main Street, Marshfield

Cost: $27 per car with up to six people, $6 per additional person

South Shore Children’s Museum Drive-In Movie Nights

Weymouth-Braintree Elks Hall, Lodge #2232, 1197 Washington Street, East Weymouth

Cost: $40 per car. Movies run on Tuesday nights.

Deanna Greenstein
Deanna is a mom of five (yes, five) children, who lives in Brockton with her small circus of kids, her husband, their dog Penny, and a few cats. Her life is loud, energetic, mostly fun, often gross (did she mention four of those kids are boys?), and she wouldn't have it any other way. In between carting kids to school, baseball, gymnastics, guitar, dance, track and field and every other kid activity known to mankind, she works as a school bus driver for the city of Brockton, and is the Director of Religious Education at the Unity Church of North Easton, a Unitarian Universalist congregation. Deanna also holds degrees in Elementary Physical Education and Dance Education, which she plans to put back into use one day. At parties, Deanna can often be found hanging out with family pets. She follows her children around with a camera like the paparazzi, is pretty sure that 97% of her blood stream is made of coffee, and her laundry is never done. You can also find her blogging at