Oklahoma July 22, 2015
These 9 Theaters In Oklahoma Will Give You An Unforgettable Viewing Experience
Some of the greatest memories made are going to the theater to watch the next, best blockbuster. The selection of luxury theaters in Oklahoma has grown over the last several years. You can still catch a flick under the stars at the classic drive-ins or you can sit inside in plush, luxury seats. Here are a few theaters that will make your movie experience memorable:
1. Warren Theater (Moore)
As one of the nicest theaters in the state, you will find upscale concessions, plush seats and even a sound proof room for any crying babies. Location: 1000 Telephone Rd., Moore.
2. Winchester Drive-In Theatre (Oklahoma City)
Oklahoma City's oldest drive-in will give you a nostalgic movie experience. Pack the car with lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy a summer night at the movies. Location: 6930 S. Western, Oklahoma City.
3. AMC Southroads 20 (Tulsa)
Relax and watch your next blockbuster in the red, reclining chairs featured at Southroads 20. Location: 4923 E. 41st St., Tulsa.
4. AMC Penn Square 10 (Oklahoma City)
After you're done shopping, kick your feet up in the reclining chairs and choose from a variety of snacks at the concession stand. Location: 1901 NW. Expressway, Oklahoma City.
5. Beacon Drive-In Theatre
This family favorite drive-in is open seasonally in Guthrie. They offer a full concession stand and movies start at dusk. Location: 2404 S. Division St., Guthrie.
6. Warren Theater (Broken Arrow)
Warren Theater Broken Arrow is one of the nicest luxury theaters in the country. They offer full meals and alcohol in the upstairs area for anyone over 21 years of age. If you are under age, you can still enjoy all the delicious goodies at the downstairs concessions. Location: 1700 Aspen Creek Dr., Broken Arrow, OK.
7. Harkins Bricktown Cinemas 16 (Oklahoma City)
Watch a movie in the famous Bricktown area of Oklahoma City. They offer all the amenities of a top-notch theater...even daycare. Location: 150 E. Reno Ave, Oklahoma City, OK.
8. Chief Drive-In (Chickasha)
Come sit under the stars at this classic drive-in theater. Enjoy a double feature or even a round of mini-golf. Location: Highway 81, South of Chickasha, OK.
9. Admiral-Twin Drive-In (Tulsa)
The largest drive-in movie theater in the state houses 2- 9 story screens. Pack up the family or grab that special someone and enjoy a night out under the stars. Location: 7355 E. Easton St., Tulsa.
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