The Historic Ironwood Theatre 

The Ironwood Theatre has been a critical part of Ironwood Area for over 85 years. We are happy to announce that they are open and providing ongoing entertainment options. Click here for the Featured Events.

Location: 113 E Aurora Street ,Ironwood, MI 49938

History

The Ironwood Theatre was built as a vaudeville & silent movie palace in 1928 under the direction of Architect Albert Nelson at a cost of $160,000 (equivalent of approximately $2,000,000 today). Under the leadership of A.L. Pikar, the theatre became the center of entertainment in the Ironwood area. The Hollywood Golden Age of the 30's, 40's and 50's followed the Great Depression and the theater flourished during these decades.

Other Must See's at the Theatre:

The Proscenium Mural

The Barton Organ

Ironwood Theatre Sign
Oulu Glass Studio and Gallery

Have you ever wanted to watch a glass blowing demonstration? Do you want to learn how to blow glass? Do you appreciate fine hand blown glass? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then you MUST check out Oulu Glass Gallery and Studio.

Please see their website for a TON more information about glass blowing classes. videos, locations where you can purchase their work and everything else they have to offer.

Their studio and gallery can be found at: 1695 W Colby Rd Brule, WI 54820


Here are some more links that you might find interesting. Don't worry, I will continue to update as time allows.

Downtown Art Place, Ironwood MI

Northwoods Art Tour 

 

 

If you are an artist and would like to be featured in this area, please don't hesitate to contact us.