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Madison Home Expo

January 5-7, 2018 — Monona Terrace Convention Center - Exhibition Hall and Ballroom

When

Friday, Jan 5
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM2:00 PM -
8:00 PM

Saturday, Jan 6
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM10:00 AM -
8:00 PM

Sunday, Jan 7
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM10:00 AM -
5:00 PM

Where

Monona Terrace Convention Center - Exhibition Hall and Ballroom

One John Nolen Drive, Madison, WI 53703

Admission Price

Adults $5.00

Children Under 18 FREE

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The Madison Home Expo is “the place to be” for the latest innovations, offerings and ideas in the home building and remodeling industries!

 

Held at the one-of-a-kind Monona Terrace Convention Center -- the only convention center designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright -- the 2017 Madison Home Expo will connect you to the area’s leading remodelers, builders, and design professionals.

 

For three jam-packed days, you’ll find wall-to-wall displays and exhibits on both floors. You’ll also have the opportunity to speak directly with experts and receive helpful “insiders” advice to turn your dream home into a reality.

 

Learn the latest trends in design, product offerings, maintenance tips, and more!  See kitchen and bath remodeling, roofing, flooring, home security, water conditioning, insulation, windows and exterior products, and much more. Discover the latest landscaping options and strategies.  

 

Expo Highlights

Home Improvement Seminars

In addition to a completely refreshed seminar line-up featuring the latest information and ideas, this year’s Expo offers new and exciting seminars covering everything from cabinet re-facing, to panelized and component homes, and much more.   

Experience the Legendary Monona Terrace

As one of Madison’s – and the country’s – most beloved architectural masterpieces, the legendary Monona Terrace is a stunning lakeside complex designed by Frank Lloyd Wright. Come and immerse yourself in a unique piece of architectural history!