Capacity: Seats 150 people, 250 people standing Restrooms: In separate building Water: Not available in shelter Kitchenette: No Parking: Parking lot Seating Included: Yes – 30 folding tables and 150 stackable chairs
P.A. (Amplified Sound) Permit Allowed:
Yes – Four hour permit to end by 9 p.m.
The Olin Park Pavilion is one of the most popular park shelters in the city. The view of the city is unparalleled. The Olin Park Pavilion is one of the most historic buildings owned by the City of Madison. It was built in 1884 and designed by Madison architect David R. Jones as 'Normal Hall' for the Wisconsin Sunday School Assembly. It has gracefully aged and transformed over the years to serve a variety of uses. In 2000, the Olin Pavilion was renovated to better serve the public and to resemble the original 1884 'barn.'
A walk-through with Parks Staff is required prior to your event. Water fountain next to shelter.
No firearms or weapons are permitted on this property. Violators are considered trespassers and subject to forfeiture or arrest.