Are you jealous of those classic Hollywood scenes were the leads watch a film at a drive-in?
Though institutions like drive-ins seem to be a relic of the past, they are very much alive and well today. In fact, Indiana has many successful drive-ins within the state.
Below we have listed a few that we think you should check out. This historic drive-in is open 7 days a week seasonally.
Currently, they show both double and triple features. Before the feature films, they often play old music, setting a nostalgic environment for customers. This newer drive-in has been showing double features nightly since Canary Creek Cinemas is the only Johnson County drive-in theater.
They are only open seasonally, so be sure to stop by this awesome Johnson County hot spot! This drive-in got its name by combining the names of the two nearby towns Centerton and Brooklyn.
The Centerbrook Drive-In has been operational since and continues to show movies seasonally. They even have arcade games that people can play!
It is important to note that this drive-in allows smoking. This drive-in, often sold out, is beloved by Georgetown locals. They rave about the friendliness of the staff, the customer care, and the overall experience in many online reviews.
Be sure to check out this popular Georgetown spot! They also have events throughout the year, so be sure to check out their website! Can you believe that Indianapolis only has one drive-in?
I know, neither can I! Tibbs Drive-In Theatre stands alone among the Indianapolis drive-in scene. This massive place has 4 screens always showing two features each. One plus about this place is that they have two screens; therefore, if you do not like the second feature film on your screen, you can switch to the other.
This beloved Indiana drive-in was opened in by Carl and Ruth Stewart. Now on its fourth owner, it continues to feature movies on a seasonal basis.
Unbeknownst to me, drive-ins are now required to convert to a digital system to accommodate the new digital films. If you are interested in helping M.
The family has owned the drive-in since ! Though most drive-ins are seasonal, the Skyline Drive-In Theatre defies the norms. They occasionally host screening events throughout the year.