Town & Country Drive-In
2902 Vogel Street,
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Architects: Harvey A. Jordan
The Town & Country Drive-In opened on June 21, 1956. It was constructed at a cost of over $250,000. At the time it was the largest drive-in in Texas accomodating 1,500 cars.
It had four incoming traffic lanes and boasted a roof top garden area over the concession stand. The garden had about 200 seats if you preferred to sit up there instead of in your car. It had a massive playground for the children including an electric ferris wheel.
It closed in 1981 and remained closed until it was resurrected on July 7, 2000 and a second screen was added. It is open year round with double features. Audio is provided on DTS FM stereo radio. Admission is $5 per person 12 and up and $2.50 for children 6-11. By 2018 two more screens had been added.
It suffered damage by vandals in October 2022 and was closed. A volunteer group has been formed to restore the theatre and get it reopened.
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