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A Retro Movie Night in Saint Louis

THROW-BACK VIBES AT SKYVIEW DRIVE-IN

Article by City Lifestyle

Photography by Skyview Drive-In + Stock Images

If your home looks like it could be the set of your favorite classic sitcoms such as Leave it to BeaverI Love LucyThe Dick Van Dyke Show, or I Dream of Jeannie, why not jump into the world of those beloved characters and spend your weekend the way they would? Embrace your love for the retro and watch a movie the old-fashioned way at the Skyview Drive-In.

The theater opened in 1949. It's gone through multiple renovations, has survived windstorms and a tornado, and now features two screens to show a double feature each per evening. Check out which movies will be showing this weekend and the times here. Admission is $10 per person, and kiddos 12 and younger get to see the movie for free.

To make the experience even more vintage, remember that purchases are cash only at the box office, and there are no online ticket purchases. When you get there, tune in on your car stereo and listen to the movie from inside your vehicle!

For an added bonus, try rounding up some old-fashioned snacks like candy necklaces, Dum Dums, Hot Tamales, Pez, Pixy Stix, Cracker Jacks, Red Vines, and Tootsie Fruit Rolls to enjoy during the movie.