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
Route 9, 1675 Main Street, Leicester
Cost: $30 per carload
35 Milford Street, Mendon
Cost: $30 per car with up to six people, $6 per additional person
981 Northfield Road, Hinsdale, NH
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
948 Broadway, Saugus
Cost: $20 per car
6 Billings St, Randolph
Cost: $25 per car, gives admittance to both movies. Movies run Wednesday and Thursday nights.
140 Main Street, Marshfield
Cost: $27 per car with up to six people, $6 per additional person
Weymouth-Braintree Elks Hall, Lodge #2232, 1197 Washington Street, East Weymouth
Cost: $40 per car. Movies run on Tuesday nights.