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Ford Drive In, Dearborn

3.8
#10 of 14 in Things to do in Dearborn
Movie Theater · Fun & Games
Come experience the nostalgia of the drive-in theater with us in Metro Detroit! Bring the whole family, along with snacks, blankets,, and join us for great double feature; all in the comfort of your own car.

We were founded in 1950 and are the largest drive-in theater in the world with 5 screens!

You get more bang for your buck with TWO movies for the price of one with our double features!

Adult ticket: $10.99

Child ticket: $4.50

Open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday!

We also offer heaters in the winter to help take the chill away.
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  • The theatre itself is not well maintained but it's a good value for the cost. The first theatre we went to none of the audio boxes you put in your car worked (our car didn't have a stereo, so it kind....  more »
  • Thoroughly enjoyed this experience ! nice atmosphere with lots of people sitting in the boot of their car or on camping chairs enjoying snacks in front of the big screen. The sound is good if you use....  more »
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  • This is a date night favorite for my and my husband. We love the privacy for being in the car just the two of us while enjoying the movie going experience. You can bring snacks and drinks of your liking. It's a relatively cheap date and you see 2 movies for the price of one. The screens are decent and when connected to the radio the sound is set to your liking.
  • Quality projectors, not a lot of light pollution, clean bathrooms and good staff. It's really a lot of fun. However, I only give 4 stars because the radio stations are close to impossible to hear. Bringing a battery operated radio is a must, and that shouldn't be for an $11 dollar price tag. Also, there is a fee for even a cup of water at the concession stand. There needs to be a drinking fountain somewhere on the grounds - ridiculous that there is not.

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