Oklahoma Drive-In Movie Theaters

Find out if you're getting ripped off on your car insurance in less than two minutes.
Find insurance savings (100% Free)
No long forms · No spam · No fees
Why you can trust Jerry
Jerry partners with some of the companies we write about. However, our content is written and reviewed by an independent team of editors and licensed insurance agents, and never influenced by our partnerships. Learn more baout how we make money, review our editorial standards, reference out data methodology, or view a list of our partners
Drive-in movie theaters bring a taste of the past into the present, especially in Oklahoma, where some of the longest-running theaters in the state continue to entertain movie-goers of all ages.
Make your Oklahoma road trip one to remember by visiting one of these iconic drive-in movie theaters. Find a drive-in theater on your way using this guide from car insurance comparison and broker super app Jerry.
Thousands of customers saved on average $887/year on their car insurance with Jerry
This app is great, but the customer service is even better! Not to mention convenient! My husband and I got the lowest rate (much lower than the rates I was finding online through my own searches), quickly, and pretty much all through text message! Thank you so much for a hassle free experience👍
Gabriella R.
Find insurance savings (100% Free)
rating primary
4.7/5 Rating on App Store

Winchester Drive-In

Address: 6930 South Western Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73139
Schedule: Open April to October, Friday & Saturday. Box office and concession open at 6:30 PM
Ticket prices: Cash only. $7 for adults, $3 for ages 3-10, free admission for ages 2 and under.
Number of screens: 1
Pet-friendly? Only small dogs (25 kg or less) are allowed. Dogs must remain on leash and with you at all times. Please clean up after your pets.
A historic landmark of Oklahoma City, the Winchester Drive-In opened in 1968. The founding owner, Lindy Shanbour, was present almost every night the theater was operating for 50 years. A 53-foot sign, featuring a neon cowboy named Chester, has stood by the theater for just as long, welcoming movie-goers of all ages.
Oklahoma City’s oldest drive-in movie theater has a casual and relaxing atmosphere, with a snack bar and arcade on-site. The drive-in’s shop carries cups, shirts, and memorabilia to help you remember your drive-in experience.


The Winchester shows a mix of old movies and new releases, sometimes as a double feature, sometimes single. Special screening days include Throwback Thursdays, featuring classic films.
Please only take up one parking space. You can set up lawn chairs and blankets if you’re in the mood for outdoor viewing, but keep your seats directly in front or behind your vehicle. 
Trucks, SUVs, and vans must park at a red or yellow pole.

How to hear the movie

Tune in to 100.9 FM to hear the movie. Portable radios and boom boxes are also welcome.


Snacks and beverages can be purchased at the Snack Bar. A variety of food is available, including burgers, nachos, popcorn, and candy.
No outside food or drinks are allowed through the gates without a purchased $20 concession fee. This includes outside coolers, ice-chests, or other food and drink containers. Glass bottles are prohibited.
All alcohol must be kept inside your vehicle. No outside cooking or burning is permitted at the theater.

Tower Drive-In

Address: 2214 N Broadway St, Poteau, OK 74953
Schedule: Open seasonally in the spring
Ticket prices: $7 for adults, $4 for children
Number of screens: 1
Pet-friendly? N/A
The Tower Drive-In has been around since 1950. The owners also run a three-screen indoor theater. Up to 300 vehicles can attend the screenings at the Tower Drive-In.


Not only does the Tower Drive-In show features, but it also hosts concerts and other events.

How to hear the movie

Audio for the screened films is broadcasted on FM radio. Listen in your car, or bring along a portable radio.


Snacks are available for purchase at the drive-in’s concession:
  • Drink prices: Small $2.50, Medium $3.00, Large $4.00, X-Large $5.00
  • Bottled water: $2.00
  • Popcorn: Small $4.00, Medium $5.00, Large $6.00, Bucket $10.00 with one free refill
  • Food: Hamburger $6.00, Hamburger with fries $8.00, Nachos $5.00, Pile of potatoes $7.00, Hot dog $2.00
  • Sides: Small Chili Cheese Fries $4.00, Large Chili Cheese Fries $6.00, Small fries $3.00, Pickle $1.00
  • Sweets: Funnel Cake $6.00, Funnel Cake with Chocolate $6.00, Candy $2.00

Admiral Twin Drive-In

Address: 7355 East Easton, Tulsa, OK 74115
Schedule: Generally open April through Halloween. The box office opens 45 minutes to an hour before the first scheduled screening.
Ticket prices: $8 for ages 12 and up, $4 for ages 3-11. All major debit and credit cards are accepted.
Number of screens: 2
Pet-friendly?: Yes. Please keep dogs on leash.
Opened in 1951, Admiral Twin Drive-In is Oklahoma’s largest drive-in theater. The massive back-to-back screens are each 9 stories high! When a fire destroyed the screens in 2010, local fans fundraised enough money to rebuild the screens and keep the theater going.
Open rain or shine, the Admiral Twin also hosts concerts and special events. Boasting a capacity of 1000 cars, The Admiral Twin provides a drive-in experience like no other. Order your tickets in advance online to make sure you get a spot!


Your ticket is for one screen, where you can watch the single or double feature. If you only wish to watch the first film, you are free to leave when it ends. If you only want to see the second film, arrive 15 to 30 minutes before it is scheduled to start.
Any lane will get you into any screen. Switching screens is not allowed.
The speed limit in the theater is 5 MPH. Please stay in or near your vehicle during the film, and remain in the parking area.
No alcohol, marijuana, or drugs are allowed on the premises. No firearms or weapons of any kind are permitted.
Large SUVs should park in the back half of the theater to make sure smaller vehicles have a clear view of the screen. Hatchbacks that extend beyond the car roof must remain closed.

How to hear the movie

Admiral Twin broadcasts the audio through FM radio. Listen from the comfort of your car or bring a portable radio along and listen under the stars.


Food is available at the concession. You are not allowed to bring in food or drink from outside the theater.

How to find cheap car insurance

Waiting for the movie to start? Grab some popcorn and take a moment to revisit your car insurance rate. You’re probably overpaying.
It only takes 45 seconds to sign up for Jerry, the car insurance super app! Jerry is an insurance comparison app that shops for low prices with over 50 different insurance companies for free. You will get quotes in seconds, can make changes at any time, and if you ever have any questions, agents are just a text away!
“I was paying $350 a month for my new car. With Jerry, I set up a new policy in under 30 minutes that will save me over $1000 a year!” —Mariah K.
Compare auto insurance policies
No spam or unwanted phone calls · No long forms · No fees, ever


As of 2022, there are six operating drive-in movie theaters in Oklahoma.
No. Headlights should be turned off to avoid casting light onto the screen or other movie-goer’s rearview mirrors. Turning off your headlights means that everyone can enjoy the movie.
Most drive-in movie theaters will continue to operate, rain or shine! If there is a severe weather warning, check with the theater to make sure they’ll be open when you arrive.

Easiest way to compare and buy car insurance

No long forms
No spam or unwanted phone calls
Quotes from top insurance companies
Find insurance savings — it's 100% free