Eye on the World: Madison’s Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center

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Frank Lloyd Wright, a Wisconsin native and the renowned architect, left his unique design stamp on many notable projects. First designed in 1938, Monona Terrace Community & Convention Center in Madison serves as a great testament to his ability to deliver a functional public space that was totally ahead of its time.

Located in the heart of Madison on the shore of Lake Monona, the convention center spans ninety feet out over shimmering waters, incorporating thoroughly modern technology and amenities with the architect´s signature organic design.

The spectacular 250,000-sf, multi-level structure features public promenades, meeting rooms with striking lake views and the attached Hilton Madison Monona Terrace. Gracing the rooftop is a 68,000-sf garden available for events. Facility features include a 40,000-sf exhibition hall, 14,000-sf ballroom, 310-seat multimedia lecture hall, and 20 additional meeting rooms.


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