Ohio July 07, 2015
These 11 Theaters In Ohio Will Give You An Unforgettable Viewing Experience
The only thing better than a seriously good movie is a seriously good movie with a unique viewing experience. This summer, mix it up a bit and take a break from you local theater for a different kind of movie viewing experience. The following are just 11 of what we consider to be the best, most unique theaters in Ohio:
1) AMC Dine-In Theatres and IMAX (Easton Town Center)
Dinner and drinks and comfy recliners are what make this Columbus area theater a date night and family fun favorite. (Not to mention the IMAX screens...)
2) The Ohio Theatre (Columbus)
When you want to deviate from the normal movie viewing experience, visit downtown Columbus' fully restored historic theatre. Check out the CAPA Summer Movie Series, featuring classic films for just $4 a ticket.
3) Skyview Drive-In (Lancaster)
Looking to have a nostalgic date night or a family fun movie experience the kids aren't used to? The Skyview Drive-In in Lancaster is just one of Ohio's several great drive-in movie theaters that will give you a special sort of movie night you won't forget.
4) Cinemark at The Greene 14 + IMAX (Beavercreek)
If you're in the Dayton area and you want more than the average sized movie theater screen, check out The Greene's IMAX theater in Beavercreek.
5) Starlite Drive-In (Amelia)
Along St. Rt. 125 is another family favorite drive-in theater in Amelia, now open six nights a week. (This theater is closed on Mondays.)
6) Magic City Drive-In Theatre (Barberton)
Just off of Cleveland-Massillon Rd. in Barberton, you'll find two drive-in theatre screens. This drive-in was established in 1953 and updated in 1980.
7) Regal Cinemas 16 + IMAX (Crocker Park)
Courtesy of April Dray/Only In Your State
After you've shopped til' you dropped, check out Westlake's Crocker Park movie theater for another IMAX screen movie experience.
9) Field of Dreams Drive-In Theaters (Tiffin, Liberty Center)
These Toledo area drive-ins are family favorites that will make you feel as if you're reliving your childhood--even if it's only for one night.
10) Gateway Film Center (Columbus)
Voted the number one best movie theater of 2013 by Columbus Underground, this theater on North High St. features a variety of films including independent films, classic films and art showings in addition to regular up-to-date movie showings.
11) Elm Road Drive-In Theatre (Warren)
"See the Stars Under the Stars" here at this family favorite drive-in, which was established in 1950 and continues to be family owned and operated.
Have you been to any of these theaters? What other theaters in Ohio would you recommend for an unforgettable viewing experience?