The luminous moon rising above Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry casts a magical glow on Harry Potter and his friends, making them appear otherworldly. An ingenious trick of cinematography? No! It’s the actual moon in the sky above you, which you can see while you watch a movie at 66 Drive-In Theatre.
This historic attraction on the iconic Route 66 invites you to lounge in the balmy summer air while being entertained by popular Hollywood movies. Take a walk during intermission to admire the original 1949 structures at the drive-in, which include the neon sign out front, the ticket booth, the concession stand, the playground, and the 66-foot-high movie screen house (the movie screen itself has been updated).
66 Drive-In Theatre’s season runs from April through October, with double features shown every weekend.