Warwick Castle offers Drive-In movies

Warwick Castle

Warwick Castle, built by William the Conqueror, started off as a small motte-and-bailey castle in 1068. Over the last 1,000 years it has survived wars, anarchy and countless visitors.

As England reopens this summer, Warwick Castle, partnered with Luna Drive-in Cinema, will turn the pageant field into a Drive-in movie theater.

Starting 07 July 2020 you can take an outing to Warwick Castle and watch some of the best movies from the last 40 years. Over the course of the summer they will feature; The Goonies, Back to the Future, Dirty Dancing, Footloose and many more.

It seems like they should have included Monty Python and the Holy Grail or Excalibur to the list. Maybe those will be in August.

“Our screens will be positioned on the pageant field and allow the public to remain safe and isolated in the bubble of their car whilst enjoying popular films in the spectacular setting of a medieval fortress.

“Given the public’s significant desire to return to shared entertainment we expect to be inundated so the public should book early to avoid disappointment.”

Jamie Turner, Warwick Castle

The drive-in will launch on 07 July with Jurassic Park at 6pm and Romeo and Juliet at 9pm.

They will also offer a contactless food service so you can enjoy the movie with your favorite snack. Prices start at £35.

Find all the information and book your tickets at https://www.warwick-castle.com/explore/events/luna-drive-in-cinema/

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