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These 9 Drive-In Theaters In Indiana Will Give You An Unforgettable Viewing Experience

Few things are more exciting than taking a trip to the movie theater. What about taking a trip to a drive-in instead? Not as popular or as plentiful as they used to be, but there are still tons of drive-ins scattered throughout Indiana. In fact, here are nine different drive-ins you could consider going to.

1. Tibbs Drive-In

Tibbs Drive-In is the name of a family owned drive-in theater located on the southwest side of the city of Indianapolis. Did you know this is one of the last remaining drive-in in Indianapolis? The sound from the movie will broadcast through the speakers of your vehicle using your FM Radio. There is a concession stand and you get to enjoy TWO movies for the price of one. You can even switch screens after the first movie if there is a movie you would rather see playing on a different screen. You can visit their website for current show times and prices.

2. Starlite Drive-In

The physical address of StarLite Drive-In Theatre is 7640 S.Old State Road 37, Bloomington, IN. This particular drive-in has been in business since 1955.

3. Auburn Garrett Drive-In

 

Just like Tibbs Drive-In, you get to enjoy two moves for the price of one at the Auburn Garrett Drive-In. Like many of the drive-ins in Indiana, this one also opened their doors in the 1950’s. The physical address of this drive-in is 1014 State Road 8 in Garrett, Indiana. You can follow their Facebook Page to keep up with current showings and prices.

4. Georgetown Drive-In

Georgetown Drive-In is a drive-in theater in Georgetown, Indiana a lot of people just don’t know about. They have a 2 screen drive-in, they only take cash, there are two playgrounds, and a retro concession stand. This theater has also been in business since the 50’s.

5. Huntington Drive-In

The physical address of this drive-in theater is 1291 Condit St, Huntington, IN. It is recognized as one of the oldest standing drive-ins in the state of Indiana. Recently purchased by new owners, it is technically now called “Goodrich Quality Theaters.”

6. M.E.L.S. at the Starlite Drive-In Theater

This classic theater is located at IN-39, Thorntown, IN. It plays double features like many of Indiana’s drive-in theaters and has a concession stand too.

7. Melody Drive-In Theater

The physical address of this theater is 7055 US-35, Knox, IN. It is a seasonal drive-in that has two outdoor screens and typical concessions. Most of the locals like to talk about how delicious the concessions are at this drive-in.

8. Skyline Drive-In

You can find this theater at 3986 E Michigan Road in Shelbyville, IN. It also features double feature films. What makes this theater unique is that you can bring your pets with you!

9. Holiday Drive-In

The physical address of this drive-in is 161 & W. State Road 66 in Rockport, Indiana. Did you know this is actually the largest drive-in in the state of Indiana? It has 5 screens and a capacity for 1,000 vehicles.

Have you ever been to any of these before? Thinking about checking one out now? Be sure to share this post with your friends!

Trisha Faulkner
Trisha Faulkner is a stay-at-home and work-at-home Hoosier momma. She is a huge advocate of Autism awareness, and loves her beautiful boy more than life itself. She is a native Indiana writer who types her best pieces for Only In Your State between 2-4AM when her toddler finally falls over asleep.