Relive The Good Ol’ Days At One Of The Last Remaining Indiana Drive-In Theatres
There are some things in life that simply take us back to another time. Maybe it’s a visit to your favorite childhood mall, or that bowling alley you used to go to with your dad on Wednesdays. Or, maybe, it’s a night at the drive-in movie theatre, be it with family or friends, that takes you back to those simpler days. Indiana was once home to no less than 18 drive-in theatres, though today that number is quite a bit lower. Enter The Tibbs: a beloved, old-school drive-in theatre in Indiana that is equal parts modern and nostalgic bliss. Pull up and grab some snacks, because you’re in for a great night!
The Tibbs is open Thursdays through Sundays; you can find a full menu, a list of current showings, and a list of future showings at the theatre’s official website. You can also buy your tickets in advance on there, as well.
So, what do you think? Have you ever been to this classic drive-in theatre in Indiana? Tell us some of your favorite memories in the comments below!
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Address: 480 S Tibbs Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46241, USA
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