The Honeywell Center is a block-long arts complex featuring the Ford Theater.
As the central hub of The Honeywell Foundation, the historic Honeywell Center fully advocates and embodies the Foundation’s mission of providing artistic, social, cultural, and recreational opportunities for all.
The 1,500-seat, state-of-the-art Ford Theater hosts performers of all genres throughout the year. See what's coming soon.
The Clark Gallery introduces guests to visual art. By showcasing exhibits from professional, local, and student artists, the Clark Gallery ensures that art is for everyone. Upcoming exhibits.
Eugenia’s Restaurant is located just off the main lobby and features lunch, brunch, and show night dining.
The outdoor Carpenter Plaza features a beautiful fountain, seating, and a built in stage. Free outdoor concerts are featured in early summer.
Offering yesteryear fun for all ages, the Skating Rink hosts free skating events throughout the year and is also available to rent.
Built by Mark. C. Honeywell in 1952 to be “ever useful” to the residents of the City of Wabash and the State of Indiana, 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.
In 2016, the Honeywell Center completed a renovation to modernize guest experience and further accommodate expanding Honeywell Foundation programming.