Iron Springs Melodrama & Dinner Theatre
Their shows are super family friendly and audience participation is encouraged. Kids will have just as much fun cheering the hero and booing the villain as you do!
Not always! On regular show nights walk ins are welcome! However, having a reservations WILL guarantee that you can get in. There’s nothing more disappointing than coming all the way to the Chateau only to be turned away because they’re sold out. We would advise you to make reservations for special events like Rocky Horror Picture Show or Holiday Specials.
Dinner is a three course meal that includes salad, your choice of pot roast or herb roasted chicken, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy, and rice pilaf with a fruit cobbler for dessert. Coffee and tea are included and the Chateau has a full bar for additional options.
Iron Springs Chateau began as a candy and cigar store that was operated for several years beginning in 1880. Iron Springs changed owners several times before the Iron Springs Company purchased it and began to sell the “Iron Springs” mineral water commercially. It sold in 1887 to J.G. Hiestand, who built the original building now known as the Iron Springs Chateau Melodrama Dinner Theater.
Not only are you allowed, you’re encouraged! Iron Springs Chateau brings the classic melodrama to life with plenty of audience interaction.