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Elk Horn, Iowa
History
This museum is a historical 1848 60-foot Danish windmill from Denmark. Rebuilt in 1976 in Elk Horn by community volunteers.
Hopkinton, Iowa
Historical Society
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Delmar, Iowa
Historic House
Located in S.S. Norton Park in the heart of Delmar, the Delmar Depot Museum is a restored Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad depot listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Des Moines, Iowa
Art
The Art Center focuses on 19th & 20th century art. It features traveling exhibitions, studio classes, a restaurant, and museum shop. The building was designed by Eliel Saarinen, I.M. Pie and Richard Meier.
Des Moines, Iowa
Nature Centers
Dome conservatory and 14 acres of lawns and gardens displaying tropical plants, cacti and succulents, bonsai collection, orchids, trees, shrubs, perennial and annual flowers.
Sioux City, Iowa
Natural History, Nature Centers
Year-round educational facility that offers programs for children, families and the general public on natural history. Hands-on exhibits focus on the Loess Hills region of northwest Iowa.
New London, Iowa
History
Dover Museum houses displays and collections of artifacts and information of New London and surrounding area. "Bossy to Butter" display as the facility was once a creamery
Dows, Iowa
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Built in 1896, the depot was the first one built in Wright County and operated as a working depot until 1980. Passengers rode the trains to nearby towns and many commercial products were shipped by rail such as poultry, farm products, and coal. The Dows Historical Society raised enough money to purchase and restore the depot in 1988, and today it is known as The Dows Depot Welcome Center. It has been placed on the National Register of Historical Places.
Dubuque, Iowa
Art
The new Dubuque Museum of Art opened in July, 1999, and provides rotating exhibitions and exhibits related to its permanent collection.
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