Picture Gallery

About The Drive-in

CB Grand Opening May-1950 YL copyThe Centerbrook Drive-in first opened on Tuesday May 2nd, 1950 (see the ad to the left… note the original wooden screen, which was blown down by a tornado in the 1960′s), and has been serving Martinsville, IN and the surrounding communities ever since.  Centerbrook gets it’s name from the two nearby  towns of Centerton and Brooklyn (“Center”-ton combined with “Brook”-lyn).

Centerbrook has been in continuous operation every year since 1950, and we are lucky to be one of 350+ drive-ins still operating in the U.S.  We are the last surviving drive-in out of 4 known drive-ins in Morgan County, including the “Templeton Wheel-in Outdoor Theatre,” which was located on 67 just 3 miles north of Centerbrook (see the ads along the bottom of this page).

Drive-in Photos

Do you have any photos taken at The Centerbrook Drive-in you want to share? Email them to: info@centerbrookdrivein.com

Please enjoy the photos of our drive-in below:

 

 

Summer 1956 YL copy   Airport:Wheel-In copy