Pack a picnic with all the snacks and cold beverages you need, and enjoy movie nights under the Pittsburgh night sky with these free screenings.

Dollar Bank Cinema In The Park

In case you missed it, the Dollar Bank Cinema In The Park has had a massive lineup of FREE movie screenings for the whole family. The series continues throughout July and also August, with pop-up movies in select parks.

Participating parks include Highland Park, Riverview Park, Schenley Park Flagstaff Hill, Schenley Plaza, Arsenal Park in Lawrenceville, Banksville Park, Brookline Memorial Park, Grandview Park in Mt. Washington, McBride Park in Lincoln Place, Ormsby Park in South Side, and also West End/Elliott Overlook. Grab a lawn chair and reserve your spot for a great summer evening!

Movie Nights in the Park

There are two free screenings left for Movie Nights in the Park with the Pittsburgh Parks Conservancy, presented by Peoples. Enjoy “Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan” in Riverview Park tonight, July 10th, at dusk!

Or mark your calendar for a viewing of “Disneynature Wings of Life” on Wednesday, August 14th in Allegheny Commons Park. There is no registration required.

Summer Movies in the Parks

On Thursdays through August 8th, Allegheny City Parks is hosting its Summer Movies in the Parks. From North Park and Settlers Cabin Park to South Park and more, enjoy kid-friendly movies under the stars!

Seating begins at 7pm, then movies are scheduled to begin at dusk. In the event of cancellations due to weather and other updates, follow Allegheny County Parks on Facebook and X.

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Colin Parrish

COLIN IS A PITTSBURGH-BORN AND RAISED, DAYDREAMER, AND RESTAURANT FOODIE ADDICT WHOSE PASSIONS INCLUDE RUNNING, THRIFTING, CAMPING, AND HAVING A HEALTHY AMOUNT OF COFFEE OR MALBEC (DEPENDING ON THE TIME OF DAY). YOU CAN CATCH HIM SHOPPING ON THE STRIP, RUNNING IN HIGHLAND PARK, OR FINDING THE BEST HIKING VIEWS JUST OUTSIDE OF THE CITY. HE IS A COPYWRITER IN PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA.

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