A product of the automobile-centric culture of the United States, drive-in theaters are classic Americana fodder. In the 1950s and ‘60s, drive-in theaters were all the rage, but they eventually went out of fashion as people downsized their cars and landowners sold off their acres. Plus, when the VCR was invented in the 1970s, it became easier to just watch a movie at home in your living room.
Though drive-in theaters are far less prevalent now, there are still some holdouts across the country. Check out the coolest drive-in theaters in the US that will make you forget all about your plans to lounge around and binge-watch a mindless TV series from the tiny screen of your laptop.