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Historic Ironwood Theatre
This historic theatre is located in downtown Ironwood. The theatre was built as a silent movie palace in 1928, during the Ironwood area mining days. The building was restored during the late 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). Today, the theatre still offers diverse programs like dance, theatrical productions, silent movies, and Barton organ programs.
George Kromer was genuine. And that’s the way he set up this company, even though he never set out to start one in the first place. All he wanted was a piece of outdoor gear that worked as hard as he did. Mr. Kromer had his wife stitch together the first cap by hand over 100 years ago, and that’s how we still make his iconic hat today, right here in Ironwood, Michigan. Stop by our factory store to shop our complete product line or take our free factory tour weekdays at 1:30.