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Eldon, Iowa
Art, History
Famous as the backdrop of Grant Wood's 1930 painting, "American Gothic" Nice photo opportunity.
Eldon, Iowa
Art, History, Historic House, Specialized
Strike your own American Gothic pose in front of the house that inspired Iowa artist Grant Wood to begin his most famous painting. Costumes and pitch fork are provided by the American Gothic House Center!
Des Moines, Iowa
Art
Exhibitions of fine arts including faculty, student and juried shows.
Ames, Iowa
Art
Displays of public art throughout the Iowa State University campus.
Burlington, Iowa
Art
Community arts facility offering fine arts and crafts classes for all ages, changing fine arts exhibition and music and dramatic performances. Adapted 1868 church building in historic Heritage Hill District.
Fort Dodge, Iowa
Art, Children's, Culture, Historic House, Library
The neoclassical building, which is on the national Register of Historic Places, is located in the interesting Oak Hill District of Fort Dodge. Along with with beauty and historical significance of the museum, the Blanden maintains a high standard of exhibition quality and dynamic spirit of community outreach in the visual arts. The museum is dedicated to providing learning opportunities to engage the community and foster creativity.
Ames, Iowa
Art, Culture, University
The Brunnier Art Museum is the state's only accredited museum emphasizing a decorative arts collection, and one of the nation's few museums located within a performing arts and conference complex (Iowa State Center). Founded in 1975, the museum is named after its benefactors, Iowa State alumnus Henry J. Brunnier and his wife Ann. The decorative arts collection they donated, the Brunnier Collection, is extensive, consisting of ceramics, glass, dolls, ivory, jade, and enameled metals.
Elkader, Iowa
Art
House museum with annex
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Art
The 63,000 square foot museum displays temporary exhibitions of contemporary art and hold the world's largest collection of works by Grant Wood and Marvin Cone, works by Mauncio Lasansky and the Riley Collection of ancient Roman portrait busts.
Mason City, Iowa
Art
Features a fine collection of 19th & 20th century American art, including the "Bil Baird World of Puppets", changing exhibitions and a full range of public programs, classes and events.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Art
An art gallery established to exhibit temporary exhibitions; mainly regional artists of all media and styles and Coe students. Tours and lecture available.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Art
Galleries and other spaces located in the Stewart Memorial Library to house important art works and several large collections: the Marvin Cone Collection, the Conger Metcalf Collection and the Grant Wood Collection.
Elkhorn, Iowa
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Park, Specialized
The Danish Immigrant Museum will tell the story of the Danish immigrants and the Danish-American experience and is organized to collect, preserve, study and interpret their material, culture and traditions.
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.
Dubuque, Iowa
Art
The new Dubuque Museum of Art opened in July, 1999, and provides rotating exhibitions and exhibits related to its permanent collection.
Davenport, Iowa
Art

Our museum truly brings people and art together. We offer workshops, classes, lectures, films, and of course art in our permanent collection, including our renowned Haitian collection. We also bring numerous world-class exhibitions to our museum. Most of all, we strive to be an arts center for the community.

Davenport, Iowa
Art, Culture, General, History, Library
A growing ethnic museum focusing on the German-American in the Midwest. Located in an historic immigrant hotel, this museum explores German American immigration to the United States on the impact these individuals and their descendents had on regional development.
Anamosa, Iowa
Art
View a continuing exhibit of Grant Wood prints and photos of the original Grant Wood Art Colony in Stone City. Original murals on exhibit by Grant Wood from the old Chieftain Hotel in Council Bluffs. Gift Shop includes Grant Wood prints, books and memorabilia.
Des Moines, Iowa
Art, Historic House
1877 mansion with art galleries and a 1925, 1400 seat, theatre.
Des Moines, Iowa
Art
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