A nostalgic drive-in movie theater.
As one of the few drive-in theaters left in the nation, the 13-24 Drive In keeps a 1950s American tradition alive and thriving.
From May to September, the 13-24 Drive In offers throwback retro films on Thursday nights and first-run films during weekends.
Support from INGUARD provides children 12 and under free entry to the 13-24 Drive-In all summer long.
For a full list of upcoming events, please visit the 13-24 Drive In website.
First open to the public in 1951, the13-24 Drive In has been a part of the Wabash community’s social fabric. Michael and Angie Beauchamp and Parker and Katie Beauchamp purchased the property in 2011, with The Honeywell Foundation assuming operations of the historic landmark.