In the 1970s and onward, the spread of more movie channels coupled with the advent of high quality projection and audio for indoor movie theaters helped sound the death knell for most American outdoor movies. But there is a handful that persists, some of them even newly built to carry on the tradition.
Here in Texas, the Galaxy Drive-in in Ennis opened in 2004 as a multiplex, with three
separate screens (it now boasts six). In Houston, the Showboat Drive-in, which opened in 2006, still welcomes families to relax under the stars with their favorite movie, inviting them to indulge in a glorious moment of American popular history
Pile in the car and catch a show at any of these 8 drive-in theaters found in Texas: