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Down In Front – Glen Twin Drive In

Down In Front – Glen Twin Drive In

Located in Glen Falls, New York near the Lake George resort area, the independently owned Glen Twin Drive In Theater has been showing double features under the stars since 1958.

Starting out as a solo screen, the Glen Twin eventually became a double screen drive in and now shows first run double features seasonally from April (or May) to Labor Day weekend in September. Admission price is $8 for adults and $3 for children. It has a capacity for 800 cars.

The nostalgic presence of the speaker poles can bring you back to an earlier time but audio is presently provided through your FM stereo. The snack bar features Black Angus burgers and foot long hot dogs as just a few of the delicious treats you will find. The drive in opens at 7pm and the shows start generally around dusk so it is recommended that you get there early to snag a good spot because it is not uncommon for the shows to sell out. Business is still going strong at the Glen Twin so the next time you are visiting Lake George, drive in for a movie or two!

Special thanks to my friend, Suzanne Bell for telling me about the Glen Twin!

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Stephanie Stebbins Stephanie Stebbins is a native of Virginia Beach, VA but is currently living in the land of poofy bangs and bitchin’ Camaros that is Fort Worth, Texas. She is married to a United States Navy service member and has two children she affectionately refers to as Thing One and Thing Two. Currently she is a blogger: http://stephinfectionisinyourhead.blogspot.com but plans on world domination as all bloggers secretly do. She thoroughly enjoys tomatoes, but is not a fan of liver.


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