Terrace Drive-In

6400 N. Main Street,
Columbia, SC 29203

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Terrace Drive-In

The Terrace Drive-In was the last drive-in to be built in Columbia, as this was the former site of the North 21 Drive-In which operated from 1949 until 1960.

The Terrace Drive-In opened its gates on August 17, 1970 with Lee Marvin in “The Dirty Dozen” and Elvis Presley in “The Trouble With Girls”. The Terrace Drive-In was one out of two drive-ins to be built in Columbia that year, with the other one being the North 1 Drive-In, which was the second-to-last drive-in to be built in Columbia.

The Terrace Drive-In was short-lived, and closed for the final time in 1980.

The site of both the North 21 and Terrace Drive-Ins are now occupied by A.A. Dick’s Funeral Home.

Contributed by 50sSNIPES

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Kenmore on February 25, 2023 at 12:06 pm

The Terrace Drive-In sat at a different angle compared to its predecessor.

While the North 21 Drive-In had its screen facing to the southwest, the Terrace had its screen facing to the northwest.

rivest266 on February 25, 2023 at 1:17 pm

Opened August 17th, 1970. ad posted.

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