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Travel Responsibly: As the region recovers from COVIDsafety guidelines have evolved at attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels. Philadelphia requires masks or proof of vaccination at all indoor public spaces. Advance tickets or reservations remain recommended or necessary at many spots. Your best bet: Check online or call ahead. Outdoor movie screenings are a quintessential part of summer in Greater Philadelphia. On multiple nights each week during summerresidents and visitors can catch movies screening in parks and other alfresco venues throughout the area. Bonus: Almost all of the outdoor movie screenings included in this roundup are completely free.
Two screens fastened to shipping containers project new and classic movies on summer evenings at The Navy Yardwhere visitors can head in their cars after purchasing tickets ahead of time. Keep an eye out for the occasional free Monday event. Where: The Navy Yard, S. Broad Street. Enjoy nights of outdoor movie action right on the banks of the Schuylkill River during select Thursday nights this summer. The free movie screenings are held at various spots along the river. Remember to bring your own snacks and drinks and follow the event guidelineswhich include social distancing and masking.
Grays Ferry Crescent, Schuylkill Avenue. Tickets can be purchased hereand guests are encouraged to bring their own food and wine. Sunset Social hosts summer movies on the lawn of Cira Green, the 1. Movies are free, and guests can arrive starting at 5 p.
Where: Sunset Social, S. Laurel Hill Cemetery returns with its annual summertime movie pop up. Movie-goers are encouraged to pack a picnic and spread out for an evening under the stars. Public parks in the city host free summer and fall! Visit parks from South Philly to West Philly for all-ages flicks this summer.
Where: Various locations including Sturgis Playground, W. Spend Thursday evenings watching free movies on the big screen in Dilworth Park, located right in the heart of the city just outside of City Hall. Each event begins with an interactive trivia game for a chance to win a Verizon gift card, followed by screenings of modern classics and blockbuster hits. Neighborhood organizations host these pop-up screenings at parks and community spaces around the city, offering live performances ahead of each show.
Performances take place at 8 p. Advance tickets are required and all guests must be 21 or older. Note that masks and social distancing are required. Clark Park in West Philly hosts Friday night movie screenings this August, where guests are encouraged to bring beach chairs and picnic blankets. This year, movie-goers are asked to register in advance one week before each screening. Where: Clark Park, Baltimore Avenue.
Quiet little Linton Memorial Park — more than years old! The Bucks County Park offers three kid-friendly screenings this summer. Bring your chair, blanket and bug spray for a fun evening. Note that the rain date for each film is the next day. Where: Linton Memorial Park, S.
Lincoln Avenue, Newtown. A DJ gets the crowd going at 7 p. Guests can purchase Kona Ice, popcorn, snack and drinks. Where: Greater Plymouth Community Center. Add movies to the list of activities available at multi-purpose Whites Road Park.
T-shirts, hats, face paint and more are just some of the ways families are encouraged to get creative for an evening outside.
The free events start at 7 p. Families can bring their own chairs, blankets and snacks, though prepackaged goodies are available for. Where: Paoli Presbyterian Church, S. Valley Road, Paoli. The vibe at Eagleview Town Center? Shows begin at 7 p. In addition to a charming main street, Downtown Oxford boasts a summer full of family events.
Among them: Movie nights in Oxford Memorial Park. Bring a blanket, chair, bug spray and snacks every third Thursday for p. Event organizers encourage guests to follow current CDC guidelines. Drive-ins are out, blankets and chairs are in at movie night in Media.
A two-story inflatable screen ensures a great viewing experience for all at Barrall Field, where the screening is free and the snacks are BYO. The small unincorporated community of Lafayette Hill celebrates summer in a big way with outdoor movie nights for families in Miles Park. Played on a foot inflatable screen, the movies start at dusk, with rain dates on the following night. Bring your chairs, blankets and snacks for the free screenings, and remember that the park requires guests to follow current CDC guidelines for masks and distancing.
As part of its free summer entertainment schedule, the park hosts BYO-chair movie nights at the gazebo.
Visitors are encouraged to arrive with enough time to find a good seat, and to bring their snacks of choice. Where better than the land of a 19th-century summer home to enjoy a summer movie? Tucked next to its namesake mansion built in the s as a vacation home for a Philadelphia couple, Oakbourne Park serves up free popcorn and movies to its guests, who are asked to bring their own blankets or chairs and to create distance between each movie-viewing group. Screenings start at 8 p.
Jam to live music all summer long at the impressive selection of outdoor concert venues and The outdoor films begin at dusk, with start times fluctuating depending on sunset times. Read on for our guide to the top outdoor movie screenings in Philadelphia in Greenblatt for the Philadelphia Film Society.
Through Thursday, August 19, select dates Enjoy nights of outdoor movie action right on the banks of the Schuylkill River during select Thursday nights this summer. Through Saturday, August 28, select dates Laurel Hill Cemetery returns with its annual summertime movie pop up. July 21 — September 17, select dates Public parks in the city host free summer and fall! July 22 — August 26, select dates Spend Thursday evenings watching free movies on the big screen in Dilworth Park, located right in the heart of the city just outside of City Hall. August 6 — 27, select dates Clark Park in West Philly hosts Friday night movie screenings this August, where guests are encouraged to bring beach chairs and picnic blankets.
Philadelphia's Countryside. Theme nights include: July Space-themed fun August Be a superhero. Close Collapse Map. Movie Nights on the Schuylkill Banks. Wednesday Movie Nights at Sunset Social.
Cinema in the Cemetery at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Pictures in the Park in Dilworth Park. Scribe Video Center Street Movies!
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