You could own a sweet piece of northern Michigan history as one of the last remaining drive-in movie theatres in the state is officially on the market.

Chances are good that at some point in your life, you've been to or driven by Cherry Bowl Drive-In Theatre which is located in Honor, Michigan.

The Cherry Bowl Drive-In Theatre & Diner is a historic drive-in theater with a concession stand in Honor, Michigan on US Highway 31. It's roughly a 40-minute drive from Traverse City.

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This historic 275 parking spot drive-in movie theatre located in Benzie County recently hit the market for $625,000.

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When Did Cherry Bowl Drive-In Theatre & Diner Open?

Cherry Bowl has been showing movies since its first opening to the public on July 4, 1953.

This retro-themed theatre sits on 10 acres and features a diner-style concession stand building, a mini golf course, and the largest movie screen in northern Michigan.

Why is Cherry Bowl Drive-In Up for Sale?

According to the listing by Real Estate One, the owner of the longtime-running movie theatre is looking to retire.

How Many Drive-In Theatres Are Left in Michigan?

Unfortunately, drive-in theatres are becoming a thing of the past as only eight remain in the entire state including Cherry Bowl.

The listing also suggests that an added stage to the property would make the location perfect for outdoor concerts. We like the sound of that.

You can get more information on the rare listing, here.

The Cherry Bowl Drive-In Theater Is For Sale

You can own the historic 275 parking spot Drive-In movie theatre which is one of only 8 that are left in the state of Michigan.

Gallery Credit: Big Joe Pesh

Check Out Michigan's Last Drive-In Theaters

With just a handful left in the country, Michigan boasts 9 surviving continually running drive-in movie theaters still entertaining families under the night sky.

Abandoned Star Movie Theater in Taylor, MI

The abandoned Star Movie Theater in Taylor, Michigan originally opened in 1989. When it first opened there were 8 screens and 3,000 seats. It was renamed the Spotlight Theater in 2010 but by 2012 they were closed.

Gallery Credit: Urban Explorer 260 YouTube

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