Honeywell Arts & Entertainment offerings take place at seven unique venues in Wabash, Indiana.
A block-long arts complex with a 1,500-seat theater, art gallery, restaurant, and banquet facilities
A recently renovated five-story building with two theaters, and banquet facilities
The beautiful Honeywell House is the former home of the late Mrs. Mark C. Honeywell
Charley Creek Gardens
Six acres of formalized gardens along Charley Creek, located in the heart of Wabash
Dr. Ford Historic Home
The Dr. Ford Home is a restored 19th century physician's home and surgery center
13-24 Drive In
A nostalgic drive-in movie theater
A renovated, historic home with overnight accommodations
275 W. Market St.
Wabash IN 46992
The Honeywell Center is home to the Ford Theater, Eugenia's Restaurant, Clark Gallery, and banquet facilities.
Built by Mark. C. Honeywell in 1952 to be “ever useful” to the regional residents, the Honeywell Center’s history began as a recreational hub for the community. Originally a home to a combination gym and performing arts theatre, the Honeywell Center has grown in size, scope, and support in its existence.
In 1994, a 75,000-square-foot expansion of the original facility included the addition of the Ford Theater, Clark Gallery, and Eugenia’s Restaurant.