The Historic Ironwood Theatre opened in 1928, during the glory days of Ironwood area mining. In its early days, the Theatre was a vaudeville house, music hall, and silent movie palace. It was restored to its original grandeur during the 1900s and early 2000s. Built in the Italianate architectural style, it possesses all of the features you would expect of an early 20th century theatre: ornate wall and ceiling hand-painted murals, plenty of gilded ornaments, and a fine 7 rank Barton theater organ (one of only 6 Bartons nationwide that is still in its original location). With its excellent acoustics and well-designed seating, the Theatre has been the center of entertainment for generatieons of Gogebic Range and Northern Wisconsin residents. Today, the theatre continues this tradition by offering a diverse program mix, including dance, all genres of music performance, theatrical productions, silent movies, and Barton organ programs. Guided tours of this rare 1928 upper mid-west gem are available by arrangement. Check out our website to get the latest performance and ticket information. Like us on Facebook!