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More than you can imagine

Arts and entertainment are mainstays in the area. And it all begins with our two historic theaters. One ranks among the top 100 theaters worldwide. The other is the oldest continuously-operating community theater in the area. We'll also wow you with our Symphony Orchestra. And a vibrant selection of galleries and artist studios.

Arts Everywhere

Be sure to check out ArtsEverywhere.com for up-to-the-minute art event information in the greater South Bend area.

Amish Acres

Explore the 80-acre farm featuring historic interpretation through guided tours of the only Old Order Amish farm listed in the national register of historic places. Enjoy live musical theatre and partake in family-style threshers dinner.

T: 574-773-4188  W: View Web site

Artpost Gallery

Contemporary art, folk art and artist books. Gallery bookstore contains limited edition and original artist books, photography books and cards.

T: 574-287-6293  E: info@artpostblog.com W: View Web site

Blue Chip Casino & Spa

Casino, spa, dining and entertainment in nearby Michigan City.

T: 219-879-7711  W: View Web site

Broadway Theatre League

Broadway Theatre League (BTL) is proud to present Broadway hits on national tour from New York City to you! Theatrical performances scheduled year-round, presented in the beautifully restored 1921 Morris Performing Arts Center.

T: 574-234-4044  E: jackie@broadwaytheatreleague.com W: View Web site

Circa Arts Gallery

One-of-a-kind gifts for yourself and others from local artists.

T: 574-233-8400  W: View Web site

Colfax Cultural Center

Colfax Campus Gallery, dance and acting performances, church and mosque workshops.

T: 574-289-1066  W: View Web site

DeBartolo Performing Arts Center

The DeBartolo Performing Arts Center at the University of Notre Dame presents world-renowned performances in the Leighton Concert Hall, Decio Mainstage Theatre, Philbin Studio Theatre and Reyes Organ Hall, art film screenings through the Browning ... Read more

T: 574-631-2800  W: View Web site

Ernestine M Raclin School of the Arts, IUSB

IUSB is quickly becoming one of the largest campuses in the Indiana University system, which means there is no shortage of great things to see. At the Ernestine M. Raclin School of Art, visitors can stroll through the visual art gallery. Not to ... Read more

T: 574-520-4203  W: View Web site

Everest-Rohrer Chapel / Fine Arts Center - Bethel Collge

This building houses the Weaver Art Gallery, a reception hall, an auditorium, classrooms and practice facilities. Theater production, as well as the school's chapel services, are held in the auditorium.

T: 574-807-7080  E: info@bethelcollege.edu W: View Web site

FireArts Inc.

Gallery and open-concept artist space. Offers exhibitions, workshops, lectures, demonstrations, tours and community events centered around 3-D art.

T: 574-282-2787  E: info@fireartsinc.com W: View Web site

Gallery East

Located in Mishawaka, this art gallery houses 2-D and 3-D pieces.

T: 574-217-8099  E: gallery_east@comcast.net

Junk Evolution

Place to shop for "greener Living" items, such as furniture . Old discards turned into new and useful items.

T: 574-849-0275  W: View Web site

Max Black Fine Art

Fine art gallery. Nationally and internationally recognized artists.

T: 574-288-3848  E: info@mbfineart.com W: View Web site

Moreau Center for the Arts at St. Mary's College

Contains art galleries, and puts on numerous theatrical performances.

T: 574-284-4626  W: View Web site

Morris Performing Arts Center

Experience this historic landmark, originally built in 1921 as a vaudeville house. Through the 20s, 30s and 40s, guest artists such as Amos and Andy, Houdini, Imogene Coco and even Frank Sinatra performed at the Morris. The Morris even hosted the ... Read more

T: 574-235-9198  W: View Web site

Notre Dame Center for Arts and Culture

Provides premier educational opportunities and inspiration via the creation and appreciation of art, the study of cultures, and community engagement. Houses the Crossroads Gallery for Contemporary Art, Segura Arts Studio, and provides community ... Read more

T: 574-631-3249  E: ndcac@nd.edu W: View Web site

Oliver Mansion and Center for History

The magnificent museum campus is anchored by the Center for History, showcasing Copshaholm, which is an elegant 38-room Victorian mansion, plus a charming cottage reflecting the 1930s, a gallery that chronicles local history, a gallery of Notre Dame ... Read more

T: 574-235-9664  W: View Web site

Patchwork Dance Company

This dance company has had a presence in South Bend since 1978. They hold performances in several different venues all over town, and every year perform "Christopher's Christmas" at the holidays.

T: 574-247-1590  E: info@patchworkdance.org W: View Web site

Piser Designs

Artfully crafted furniture. Studio and workshop.

T: 888-527-7477  W: View Web site

Potawatomi Conservatories

The lush jungle feel of the Morris Conservatory with its large rubber trees, bamboo and citrus trees and the relaxing sound of the small waterfall surrounded by bougainvillea, bird of paradise and many other exotic plants found in the Muessel-Ellison ... Read more

T: 574-235-9442  W: View Web site

Saint Mary's College Conference and Event Services

Saint Mary's provides cultural enrichment to the local community and its visitors through its musical performances, art exhibits and stage productions. The 1,300 seat O'Laughlin Auditorium, plus the Carroll Auditorium and Moreau Little Theatre offer ... Read more

T: 574-284-4625  W: View Web site

Snite Museum of Art

The Snite Museum of Art provides opportunities to enjoy, respond to, learn from and be inspired by original works of art.  An integral  unit of the University of Notre Dame, the Museum supports teaching and research; furthers faith-based initiatives ... Read more

T: 574-631-5466  W: View Web site

South Bend Chocolate Company

The South Bend Chocolate Company's Chocolate Museum houses a collection that is among the worlds largest, specializing in North American chocolate companies.  The collection includes rare boxes, tins, pots and containers of every size, shape and ... Read more

T: 574-233-2577  W: View Web site

South Bend Civic Theatre

South Bend Civic Theatre is the oldest, continuously- operating community theatre company in the South Bend/Mishawaka area. Founded in 1957, it has staged most of its productions since 1968 at The Firehouse, a local historic landmark located at 701 ... Read more

T: 574-234-1112  W: View Web site

South Bend Museum of Art

Since 1947, the South Bend Museum of Art has provided insight into the art, history and culture of the region and nation. An architectural delight designed by Phillip Johnson and John Burgee, the museum occupies three levels of Century Center and ... Read more

T: 574-235-9102  E: info@southbendart.org W: View Web site

South Bend Symphony Orchestra

How lucky we are.  A world-class symphony with magnitude and star power in a city this size is unusual. Bringing many gifted musicians from around the world, plus spotlighting talent that is available right here in our community is what they do best.

T: 574-232-6343  W: View Web site

Southold Dance Theater

Southold Dance Theater is a regional training company dedicated to dance excellence.  As the resident dance company at the Morris Performing Arts Center, Southold enriches its audience with high standards of performance.  Public performances attract ... Read more

T: 574-233-9841  E: info@southolddance.org W: View Web site

Studebaker National Museum

Hold your next meeting, reception or special event among 114 years of automotive history at the Studebaker National Museum. Hors d'oeurve and beverage stations can be set among the 70 pristine vehicles for a unique reception; elegant banquet tables ... Read more

T: 574-235-9714  E: info@studebakermuseum.org W: View Web site

Summer Shakespeare @ Notre Dame

The Notre Dame Shakespeare Annual Festival presents world-class productions on the Mainstage while fostering young actors through unique educational performance opportunities such as Young Company and ShakeScenes programs. 

T: 574-631-5069  W: View Web site