5 Drive-in Movie Theatres Just Outside Mississauga
Looking for a laid back way to spend a summer evening? Grab your blankets and popcorn and pull up to a drive-in movie theatre!
These theatres just outside of Mississauga boast large screens, ample parking, and a variety of movie options. Be sure to bring cash, because some of these theatres are cash-only!
Here are five drive-in movie theatres outside of Mississauga.
Located in downtown Gravenhurst in Muskoka, this place might be more convenient for a long weekend. Regardless, the Muskoka Drive-in is an epic spot for anyone looking for a quaint movie experience away from the bustle of the city.
Their General Admission is $12, and they have special discounts if you watch four features from dusk to dawn for $14, in addition to discount Tuesdays, and carload Thursdays.
Mustage Drive-in is located in Guelph boasts a $13 general ticket price and a loaded snack bar, complete with hot dogs, cheese fries, and of course, popcorn. They play movies seven days a week! Not sure who to go with? You can even bring your dog on a leash!
In Newmarket, Stardust’s box office opens at 7 p.m. and general tickets are $13. This place screams vintage, playing movies on a large screen against the night sky. Stardust is great for a uniqe date night under the stars - maybe you and your date can even cuddle.
Conveniently located in Oakville, the 5 Drive-In is a sister drive-in to the Stardust, under the Premier Drive-ins umbrella company, playing the same movies with the same admission prices and a similar website - but closer to home. Their screens are roughly the same size as an IMAX screen!
5 Drive-in is featured in our cover photo, courtesy of their Facebook page.
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