Holiday Drive-In Movie Theater
Catch the latest big-screen flicks at Holiday Drive-In, one of few drive-in theaters left in the U.S. Six viewing screens offer a nightly double feature providing a perfect evening of entertainment at a family-friendly price. Stop by one of three concession stands for popcorn and goodies to munch on during the show. You can watch from your car or bring a lawn chair and enjoy watching your favorite new releases under the stars.
Masks are requested, but not required. Please practice social distancing when inside concession stands.
The Holiday Drive-In is typically open from April through September.
Admission (for two movies)
- Adults $10
- Children (ages 4-11) $5
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Family fun nightReviewed 08-14-19
This place is wonderful! Very clean & nice environment with a lot of screens going at once! Brought my children here to see Toy Story 4 and we had a good time. It was a whole new experience for them... Read More
Drive-In Night!Reviewed 07-29-19
One of the most popular summer spots in Indiana! It’s clean and fun! Get there early to get a good spot and grab some food! So much fun! Read More
6 Screen drive-in!Reviewed 06-18-19
If you thought drive-in's were yesterday, you haven't been to Holiday Drive In. Playing the just-released to seasonal themed film specials all in digital. Clean restrooms and snack bar. Staff is... Read More
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