Ewing Cultural Center sits on 6.5 acres of wooded landscape in Bloomington, Illinois. This beautiful estate, rich in local history, is preserved and elegantly maintained due to the generosity of prominent citizens who discovered a way to celebrate the area's culture, landscape, and nature.
Ewing Manor was completed in 1929 in the Channel-Norman style, and embodies the grace, practicality, and natural beauty envisioned by its original owner, Hazle Buck Ewing.
Parking for the Illinois Shakespeare Festival
Ewing Cultural Center – parking is FREE directly across Emerson Street at St. John's Lutheran Church (GPS: 1617 E. Emerson, Bloomington).
Festival Society members, and Platinum Plus ticketholders have access to VIP parking zones.
Ewing Cultural Center is located at the northwest corner of Towanda Avenue and Emerson Street in Bloomington.