Mississippi's Only Drive-In Theater Is Hiding In A Small Town And You'll Want To Visit
Drive-in theaters may be a thing of the past, but you can still find one here in the Magnolia State. That’s right; there’s a real drive-in hiding in a beautiful small town here. Providing a viewing experience that’s sure to be as memorable as it is nostalgic, a visit to the state’s only drive-in belongs on your bucket list. Take a look and we’re sure you’ll agree that streaming from home is not always the best. Going to see movies in theatres — especially at a classic drive-in one–can be just as much fun!
When searching for “movie theatres near me,” this one will certainly pop up towards the top of the list!
The Iuka Drive-In is located at 1527 W Quitman St., Iuka, MS 38852. For more information, including upcoming shows, call (662) 423-2153 or go to the Drive-in Facebook page.
So, did you know about this drive-in theater? Have you ever been there? If so, what movie did you see? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section!
For other outdoor things to do in The Magnolia State, check out this bucket list of top activities we know you’ll love!
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Out and About in Mississippi
Where else can we go to see movies in Mississippi?
- The Russell C. Davis Planetarium in Jackson uses a state-of-the-art digital projection system to bring all sorts of films up close and personal.
- The Hattiesburg Saenger Theater in Hattiesburg is an iconic theater listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
- The Roxy Theatre in Newton has been a beloved local movie house since 1934.
Read on to learn about some of the many other fun places to go see movies in Mississippi.
Where can we go fishing in Mississippi?
- Pickwick Lake in Iuka is where you can catch bream, walleye, catfish, and other varieties.
- Lake Ross Collins in Collinsville is a cozy neighborhood spot where you can catch some good varieties.
- Bay Springs Lake in Tishomingo and Prentiss counties is a popular place to find cold-water bass.
Read on to learn about some of the many other wonderful places to go fishing in Mississippi.
Where can we find ghost towns in Mississippi?
- Bankston, located in Choctaw County, holds a great deal of Civil War history.
- Rodney, located in Jefferson County, met its demise due to several factors, including two yellow fever epidemics and two severe fires.
- Plymouth, located in Lowndes County, encompasses several old structures and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Read on to learn about some of the many other spooky ghost towns in Mississippi.