These are some of the best theaters in Maryland offering moviegoers unique experiences along with their movies and popcorn.

Baltimore County

Bengies Drive-In Theater, 3417 Eastern Boulevard, historic drive in movie theater operating since 1956

Baltimore City

Charles Theater, 1711 N. Charles Street, offers a popular selection of indie and foreign films

Cobb CineBistro at the Routunda, 727 W. 40th Street, offers a full kitchen menu and drinks alongside with delivery to your seat in the theater

Parkway Theater, 5 W. North Avenue, home of the Maryland Film Festival; offers many screenings of hard-to-find classic films

Senator Theater, 5904 York Road, historic theater built in the early 1900s showing a mix of new, old, and indie films

Frederick County

Holiday Cinemas, 100 Baughmans Lane, family friendly theater specializing in events for the kids, including birthday party deals and discount days that are easy on mom and dad

Montgomery County

AFI Silver, 8633 Colesville Road, this historic movie theater and cultural center is part of the American Film Institute and is host to numerous film festivals and special screenings throughout the year