Where to watch outdoor movies in and around Seattle
There are folks who enjoy sitting at in the comfort of their home to watch movies online. Others like to go to the movie theater to see the latest Hollywood blockbusters. Then you also have those who love being able to sit outside and watch an outdoor film. In Seattle, this is an experience many look forward to. Being able to check out a movie under the stars is awesome. You can have a picnic while looking at the latest cool motion picture. When it comes to the places you can see them, there are several spots to be aware of.
Carillon Point – Bellevue Parks
Movies available under the stars vary, depending on the night you go there. While it is free, there is a suggested donation of five dollars. To get more details on dates and names of the movies playing, visit parks.bellevuewa.gov.
Films in the Field
Presenting a different movie every weekend provides people with options to find one they will like. The films are available in Park Ridge Community Church and the entrance is free. The setting can be romantic and relaxing; especially when the weather is pleasant.
Shilshole Bay Marina
During the summer, residents of Seattle can stop at Shilshole Bay Marina. Depending on the day you stop by, the title of the movie will vary.
ACM’s Haub Family Field – Drive-In Movie Series
Awesome choice for those who want to enjoy an outdoor film right from the comfort of their vehicle. But be sure to arrive early since the best spots tend to go right away. Parking for the movies begin at 4:30 pm and the entry is free.
Not only can people watch a great movie at this park, they can also enjoy meals from food trucks. Unlike other places, admission costs $5 and there is also a similar fee for parking by the county.
Seattle Center – Movies at the Mural
Featuring a 40-foot screen, folks can enjoy a picnic and movie at the same time. Students of Cornish College of the Arts provide a bonus short film before each movie.
Seattle Outdoor Cinema
These outdoor movies are brought to you from the same people who offer the Freemont outdoor films. The sound system and projection are vastly improved. The screen is huge measuring 35 by 55 feet. Films begin once it starts to get dark so times will vary.