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Goetz Movie Theater
This indoor movie theater is located on the downtown square in Monroe.

1704 11th Street, Monroe, WI
608.325.4545
www.goetzskyvu.com

Monroe Arts Center
The Monroe Arts Center building is home to many artists and performers throughout the year. The MAC, as commonly referred, once housed the Methodist Church and was built in 1869. This building of greek revival architecture features a stunning circular stained glass window, known as the Rose Window, on it's facade. The MAC hosts performing arts events while the Frehner Gallery features monthly exhibits of visual arts.

1315 11th Street, Monroe, WI
608.325.5700
www.monroeartscenter.com

Monroe Theatre Guild
The Monroe Theatre Guild has been producing quality shows for the Monroe area for 40 years

910 16th Avenue. P.O. Box 481. Monroe, WI
608.325.1111
www.monroetheatre.com/

SkyVu Drive-In Movie Theater
Drive-in movie theater, open seasonally, concessions available. N1936 Wisconsin 69, Monroe, WI
608.325.4545
www.goetzskyvu.com

Swiss Historical Village
New Glarus is home to the Swiss Historical Village which features life depicted from the early European settlers in the 1800s. The village is made up of 14 buildings including a settler's log home, blacksmith shop, smoke house, general store, school house, church and print shop.

612 7th Avenue New Glarus, WI
608.527.2317
www.swisshistoricalvillage.org

Turner Hall
Turner Hall features a restaurant with regularly scheduled Swiss entertainment including polka bands and the Monroe Swiss Singers. Turner Hall also houses a bowling alley. The original Turner Hall was built in 1868, but burned to the ground in 1936. The community came together to build a new Swiss-style Turner Hall that was completed in 1938. Notable visitors include John F. Kennedy, William Jennings Bryant and Lawrence Welk.

1217 17th Avenue, Monroe, WI
608.325.3461
www.turnerhallofmonroe.org