Enjoy a movie under the stars at our classic Drive-In theatre from 1957! It’s the last of its kind on Cape Cod, and one of about 300 left in the country. Come delight in this one-of-a-kind movie going experience!
Photo of 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air: Courtesy of GM Heritage Center
Friday May 25th thru Monday May 28th:
Rated PG-13 for sequences of sci-fi action/violence.
Starts approx. 8:25pm
Rated PG-13 for intense sequences of sci-fi violence and action throughout, language and some crude references.
Starts approx. 10:40pm
Tips for coming to the DRIVE-IN!
Arriving early ensures you can find a spot you like and get yourself set-up. We have a snack bar for dinner, ice cream for dessert, and mini-golf and a playground to pass the time! An hour before showtime is usually plenty of time to get in and get settled, though you can come even earlier if you want– our box office opens as early as 6:30. Please just be aware that you will have other customers parking around and in front of you.
The ticket booth is cash only, so make sure you have enough (see -below- for prices). We have an ATM out front by Mini-Golf and we do accept credit cards everywhere else on premise, including the snack bar and dairy bar. We can’t take credit cards at the ticket booth for transaction speed issues—it doesn’t take much to hold up a line, and our lines can potentially block off the highway. So to help keep our roadways safe, please bring cash!
In order to try to give every customer a good view, we split up parking by car size. (Please note, it is at the discretion of the field crew and management to determine where your vehicle can park.)
- Yellow poles: Make up most of the field and are for crossovers, SUV’s, minivans, trucks, and other vehicles of similar height, and also for smaller vehicles with cargo or equipment on the roof.
- Green poles: Located in the very back row and along the side edges, anyone can park here, but mainly they’re for very large vehicles (ie. conversion vans) as well as large vehicles with any cargo, equipment, or racks on the roof (ie. an SUV with a cargo shell).
- White poles: Located in rows 3 through 5, this small section is reserved specifically for standard sized cars: sedans, coupes, convertibles, and some station wagons.
- Camper parking: In the very back (farthest from the screen) is a section for campers. An attendant can help you park.
This station allows you to hear the movie through your car speakers and provides the best sound quality. Worried about running out your car battery? See the next tip!
If using the radio to listen to the movie, you’ll need to know how to keep it on while keeping off headlights and other accessories in your vehicle– you may need your car manual for that. Additionally, every car has its quarks with headlights, alarm systems, automatic doors, interior lights, etc. It’s best to have the most accurate info handy to solve issues fast.
Relax and enjoy the show!!
Prices are per person:
General Admission (12-61): $12.00
Children (4-11): $9.00
Senior Citizens (62+): $9.00
Little ones 3 & under Free! (at DRIVE-IN ONLY)
*Prices subject to change*