Huill's Drive-in Theater

There aren't many things left in this day and age that we can share with our children that are also memories of our childhood. I remember very well as a youngster going to the now torn down and gone Skyline Drive in here in my hometown of Waynesboro. We would go on a Saturday night, and on Sunday there was always the flea market. 

Well, Skyline is now gone like so so many of the old drive-ins but not far away near Lexington Va is Hulls. And as they call it “Nation's first non-profit, community-owned drive-in theatre.”

Hulls is a fantastic place for a family getaway double feature I really can not think of a much better way to spend a Friday or Saturday night with loved ones, and for kids, it is a little look and the days of their parent and grandparents weekend fun. 

I could write forever on this, but I will keep it short for now. I do promise to update and ad more in the future I mean all I need is a good excuse to go to the movies :-) 

Learn more about Hulls and the season openers here

Address2367 Lee Hwy, Lexington, VA 24450

OpenedAugust 6, 1950

Phone(540) 463-2621

Former namesLee Drive-In

OwnerHull’s Angels, Inc. (a 501(c)(3) membership organization)

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