Free outdoor movies in Orlando are very popular during the fall…and for good reason. On a beautiful night, there’s nothing better than watching a movie under the stars on a giant screen with your friends and family. Odds are you can probably find a family-friendly flick playing near you at least once a month.
Snuggle up under the stars; bring your own snacks and chairs or blanket for a memorable and fun night in Orlando. Arrive early to get a good spot and settle. Before you go: please make sure to check each website as some of the movie events are seasonal and times are always subject to change. Updated September 2018.
Winter Park, Popcorn Flicks
Central Park in Downtown Winter Park
October 11: The Pit and the Pendulum
November 8: Enchanted
December 1: Scrooged
Altamonte Springs Cranes Roost Sunset Cinema
Cranes Roost Plaza in Altamonte Springs
October 13: Goosebumps
November 10: Incredibles 2
December 8: Arthur Christmas
Old Town Family Movie Night
Sundays during dusk at Old Town in Kissimmee
October 7: Hotel Transylvania
October 14: Ghostbusters
October 21: The Addams Family
October 28: Hocus Pocus
November 4: The Goonies
November 11: Frozen
November 18: A Christmas Story
November 25: The Muppet Christmas Carol
December 2: The Santa Clause
December 9: The Santa Clause 2
Maitland Screen on the Green
Maitland Middle School Soccer Field
October 6: Peter Rabbit
Wekiva Island Outdoor Movies
Wekiva Island at 7 p.m.
November 30: The Polar Express
December 7: How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Celebration Movie Night
Great Lawn at 7:15 p.m.
October 12: Hotel Transylvania
Brevard County Movies in the Park
Brevard County Wickham Park
November 16: TBD
Outdoor Movie Date Night at Leu Gardens
$6 for adults, $3 for kids
Harry P. Leu Gardens
November 2: Avengers: Infinity War
December 7: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
More cheap movie options in Orlando:
Movie Classics at the Ritz Theatre
$5 indoor film at Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center in Sanford
October 18: Dracula
December 6: Snow White
Picture Show at Altamonte
Movies for $1 every Tuesday and $1.75 every day.
This non-profit community theater hosts many special programs each week.
If you are looking for a family-friendly flick, check out Peanut Butter Matinee on the fourth Sunday of the month. FREE for kids 12 and under. $8 for everyone else.
Oct. 13: The Rocky Horror Picture Show Experience
Tickets are $12
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