Hull's Drive-In

2367 N. Lee Highway,
Lexington, VA 24450

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Hull's Drive-In

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Hull’s Drive-In opened on August 5, 1950 as the Lee Drive-In with a capacity for 300 cars. In August 1957 the Lee Drive-In was sold and renamed Hull’s Drive-In. After the 1998 season, the drive-in closed.

In 2000 local residents formed a group called “Hull’s Angels” and dedicated themselves to find a way to re-open the drive-in. In 2000 this group leased the property and opened the drive-in. In 2001 after significant fundraising, the group purchased the drive-in and it remains open today. Hull’s Drive-In is America’s only non-profit community-owned drive-in.

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ghamilton on March 16, 2005 at 3:44 pm

Before my twin sons were jerked out of college at Southern Virginia University nearby and sent to beautiful Baghdad for a year’s paid vacation in body armour,they enjoyed this rare place.A bunch of those care-free kids would make a real party of it.Nice people run it with a great attitude.A body shop next door is a customer of mine,so I see it regularly.

ElCartero on June 17, 2009 at 1:27 pm

Here are a bunch of great photos, taken right before and right after the 2000 reopening:

Chris1982 on October 11, 2014 at 11:35 pm

Note from their website: Thanks to the wonderful and generous support of our community, business sponsors, and guests, Hull’s Drive-In can now show all our movies on a state-of-the-art digital projector with a picture sharpness and clarity you must see to believe! From your friends at Hull’s Drive-In Theatre – THANK YOU one and all!

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