Happy National Drive-In Movie Day! Plan unique date or girls night out at NJ’s only theater

 Matt James (L) and his girlfriend Lauren Wade (R) watch a movie at the DRV IN movie screening room in the Lower East Side neighborhood October 16, 2007 in New York City. DRV IN is the brainchild of the Grand Opening, a Manhattan design firm, and shows notable historic movies to viewers seated in a 1965 Ford Falcon convertible. Chris Hondros/Getty Images

That’s right! Forget about the traditional ways you’re used to watching movies and trade it in for a night of relaxation outdoors. New Jersey’s last standing drive-in movie theater is open for the season and waiting for you to pull up!

Celebrate the national holiday by visiting Vineland’s Delsea Drive-In. They’re open Friday-Sunday through Labor Day. The way you watch the film might be old fashion, but the movies are brand new! Check out the latest box-office hits like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising, X-Men: Apocalypse and more!

Friday night fun!

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*Fun Fact*

Richard Hollingshead opened the first ever drive-in movie theater in Camden on this day in 1933.