The E.E. Warren Opera House, with its distinctive turret, was built in 1896 by Ed & Eva Warren, and has attracted visitors to the Greenfield Square for more than a century.
The result of a $6.2 million renovation at the hands of historic restoration experts, the auditorium and other rooms have been returned to their original grandeur.
The Warren Cultural Center opened its doors in 2012 and now serves as a multi-use facility anchoring the Historic Greenfield Downtown District.
The Lobby Gallery displays the visual arts created by students and professionals.
Auditorium Stage Shows feature national touring acts and local talent, showcasing the diversity of the performing arts in a beautiful intimate setting.
See the current schedule
WCC is also the home stage for the area’s premier community theater troupe the Cumberland Rose Players.
The Balcony Bedroom Suite offers a unique lodging experience with its turret room overlooking the Greenfield Square and Historic Downtown District. The suite features 2 bedrooms, sitting room and bath. Bookings can be made through the Warren Cultural Center or on Airbnb.
Ed & Eva’s, named for the original owners of the Warren Dry Goods Store on the main floor of the Warren Cultural Center, features the works of more than 100 Iowa artists.
Free On-Street Parking – Close to Hotel Accommodations
Host your next event at the Warren Cultural Center. Nearly all spaces in the building are available for rent. See details here.
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