Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts
The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts' elegant, historic, victorian building includes a restored theater. The facility was constructed in 1889 by lumber baron Andrew Tainter, in memory of his daughter, Mabel. The Mabel Tainter Center for the Arts offers a year-round performing arts season, annual Fine Arts and Crafts Fair, Gift Shop, outreach for children, art exhibitions, and literary arts programming.
Hours of Operation
I-94 Exit #41 to Hwy 25 South (N Broadway); East on Main St.; Second block on the left.
- Disabled Access
- Wisconsin History
Performing Arts Type
State Historic Sign Site
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