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Tri-Way Drive-In Theatre

Tri-Way Drive-In Theatre

    The Tri-Way Drive-In Theater opened their doors on June 4, 1953 as a single screen venue in the early years of America's Drive-In boom. The name of the theater was selected from names submitted by the public. The name was selected because of its location on what was U.S. 31, between U.S. 6 and 30. Janet Combs, who submitted the name, received a year's family pass to the theater. "Tri-Way" is one of the few operating drive-in theaters in the state of Indiana. It currently has four screens for your viewing pleasure.

    5031 N. Michigan Road, Plymouth, IN 46563
    Tri-Way Drive-In Theatre