The Outdoor Movie Series will once again return to Tuscaloosa every Friday night beginning on June 6.

The Mildred Westervelt Warner Transportation Museum announced that it will once again host the summer series on a 45-foot inflatable screen while families and friends watch from the area that used to be the old Queen City pool.

The movie series will run every Friday during the months of June and July with the exception of July 4. While the screenings aren't free, admission is only $5 for your group. That price covers a carload of up to seven people so it makes for a perfect inexpensive night out. Make sure you bring out chairs or blankets to have a comfortable seat in the grass, and don't forget that you have the option of bringing snacks and non-alcoholic beverages if you'd like.

The selection of movies for 2014 will be a bit older than we've seen the past couple of years. There's usually a newer release sprinkled in with movies from many different decades, but that won't be the case this summer. The seven films being shown range from 1938 to 1994, which means there will be plenty of variety.

If you've never visited the Transportation Museum, it's located right across the street from the Tuscaloosa River Market on Jack Warner Parkway.

For more information, please contact the Museum directly at 205-248-4931, call Tuscaloosa 311 at 205-248-5311 or visit their website.