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Free movies in San Antonio this fall (2017)

Free movies this fall in San Antonio

What better escape from back-to-school and the hustle and bustle of daily life than to see free movies in San Antonio this fall? There are plenty of free (and almost-free!) movies to keep you and your kids entertained. And, many of them are outdoors so you can enjoy the beautiful fall weather.

Here’s our huge list of free (and almost-free) movies this fall in San Antonio for 2016.

Check back often as we’ll continue adding free (and almost-free) movies to this list!

We’ve made every effort to ensure that this list is accurate and up-to-date, however, some venues/events/activities make changes without notifying us. We recommend contacting them before visiting to be 100% sure that their free offerings are still available.

Free movies in San Antonio this fall

Alamo Drafthouse Military Appreciation Month (Sept.)
San Antonio, New Braunfels, and Laredo locations

Alamo Drafthouse celebrates Military Appreciation Month during September: all films* are free for any active or retired military personnel and first responders (firemen, policemen and EMTs). Show your Military ID or valid affiliation at the box office. *Excludes Disney films, Special Events, Food & Film events, and is only valid at at San Antonio, Laredo, and New Braunfels locations.

Southtown Cinema
Yanaguana Garden at Hemisfair Park

Southtown Cinema is a partnership between Hemisfair and local businesses to bring free movie series in the park to the community. Live music and drinks start at 7:30 p.m. Come early to have fun before the show starts!

Saturday, September 9:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (sponsored by Carvana)

Saturday, September 23:
Sister Act (sponsored by Carvana)

Saturday, October 21:
The Sandlot (sponsored by Carvana)

Saturday, October 28:
Jurassic Park (sponsored by Carvana)

Steel City Pops
812 S. Alamo St

Free Community Movie night hosted by Steel City Pops and Slab Cinema showing Young Frankenstein at 7:00 p.m. Steel City Pops will be offering a free dip for anybody who wears their Halloween costume to the event! Bring your own blanket or lawn chair. Parking in the lot is free, first come first serve.

Mission Marquee Plaza
3100 Roosevelt Ave.

Free, outdoor movies run at the old Mission Drive-in Theater this summer on select evenings. Now known as the Mission Marquee, this outdoor theater invites patrons to bring chairs and blankets to enjoy the show!

Thursday, September 14:
La Bamba. Get there early and enjoy a Throwback Thursday Classic Car Show.

Saturday, September 16:
Cantinflas

Sunday, September 17:
Selena

Saturday, October 7:
Pete’s Dragon

Thursday, October 19:
Ghostbusters

Saturday, October 21:
Double feature – The Secret Life of Pets and Finding Dory

Saturday, November 4:
Beauty and the Beast

Saturday, November 18:
Frozen

San Antonio Museum of Art
200 West Jones Avenue, 78215

Friday, October 27:
Selena. Family Flicks event includes family tours inside the museum plus art-making activities.

San Antonio Botanical Garden
555 Funston Pl, San Antonio, TX 78209

Friday, September 22:
On the Waterfront

Friday, October 13:
The Birds

Northwest Vista College

Saturday, October 21:
HalloVista: Beetlejuice. There will also be food trucks, bounce houses for kids and haunted houses both for adults and kids. Come dressed in your Halloween costume to participate in a costume contest. Movie will show at sundown about 7 pm. Bring your lawn chairs.

City of Schertz

Saturday, October 28:
Hotel Transylvania 2

Saturday, December 9:
The Grinch That Stole Christmas

 Santikos Silverado

Head out to Santikos Silverado for free spooky movies. Arrive early for best seating.

Saturday, October 7:
Casper

Saturday, October 14:
The Addams Family

Saturday, October 21:
Monster House

Saturday, October 28:
Coraline

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