Scotland’s most exciting drive-in movie experience! We’ve welcomed over 200,000 visitors to our sold events enjoying screenings of Harry Potter at Glencoe, Jaws overlooking the sea at Troon and Valentine’s Day showings of Top Gun at Edinburgh Airport.
Last summer, we held our first socially-distanced at Loch Lomond Shores with 98% of our guests saying they felt safe with all of the measures in place.
Now, we’re back for this May bank holiday with two awesome line ups:
Batman at Hopetoun House
Harry Potter at Hopetoun House
itison Drive In Movies: Harry Potter at Hopetoun House is taking place on the 28th & 29th of May.
itison Drive In Movies: Batman at Hopetoun House is taking place on the 30th of May .
You can see screening times here.
You can check out our line-up here.
Tickets go on sale here at 7:30am on Thursday 25th March, exclusively on itison.
Tickets are £32 per car, which includes a £5 booking fee.
Your ticket covers your vehicle, a driver and up to 4 passengers. We recommend you don’t overload your car to ensure all passengers can comfortably view the screen through the windscreen.
You must bring your ticket to the event and you can either print it or show it on your phone. Please keep in mind signal may be patchy, so if you're going to show your ticket on your phone we'd recommend taking a screenshot to be on the safe side!
Absolutely! You're welcome to attend as many screenings as you like. If you have tickets for consecutive screenings, please let the stewards know when you arrive and show them your ticket for the next movie. Between screenings, a steward will guide your car forward to the front of the park or ask you to re-join the queue to enter.
Our first socially distanced Drive In event took place last summer at Loch Lomond Shores with 98% of ticketholders surveyed saying they felt safe with all the Covid measures in place, and would return to another itison Drive-in.
We’ve appointed our own dedicated Covid safety officer to ensure that we implement all of the Scottish Government guidelines – we are liaising with the government and Event Scotland on a regular basis and have a series of safety measures in place including:
Please visit the Scottish Govt website for the latest guidance on travel and tiers.
Yes, Drive-In is suitable for those in wheelchairs or with mobility issues.
Yes! There’ll be gourmet street food including veggie, vegan and gluten-free options for take away. Social distance measures will in place in the queue and our team will be on hand to ensure everyone is sticking to the rules.
Please note, there is no alcohol sold or permitted on-site.
The gates open 2 hours in advance of each screening time. You’ll be sent an email ahead of your screening with all the need-to-know info – including gates open time. You must not arrive prior to the gates open time or will be asked to leave and return at the correct time.
You'll need a vehicle with a working FM radio in order to hear the movie. A copy of your ticket is required – either printed or on your phone. We'd recommend taking a screenshot as signal may be patchy. You might also want to bring a pillow or duvet to make your experience extra cosy in the car.
If there's a little rain, just turn on your windscreen wipers! In the unlikely event of extreme weather conditions, please check our Facebook and Twitter pages for updates before setting off.
The event will only go ahead if we're able to do so in a safe and responsible way. If government guidelines at the time of the event mean it would not be safe to go ahead, the event will be re-arranged or cancelled, with ticket-holders given their choice of a refund or ticket to a new date if we reschedule.
Unfortunately, tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. You can gift your ticket to a friend though and make their day.