The Conway Muse was originally a Scandinavian dairy barn built in 1915.
The original hay loft doors and rail can still be seen in the Renaissance Room.
During the last century it also had a life as a glass shop, antique shop, and auction barn.
Today, the Muse is owned by Elfa Gisla and Tom Richardson who purchased it 2004, and with TLC gave it a new life as a unique and eclectic performance, culinary and visual arts venue .
The Conway Muse was named after the Greek Muses who inspired the arts.
The Mission of the Conway Muse is to Inspire and Support the Arts.
We are proud to feature local, national and international artists and entertainers.
It is our wish to inspire the Muse in everyone.
Our culinary artists make every attempt to use fresh, organic, local fare.