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Arnolds Park, Iowa
Historic House
Location of the infamous Spirit Lake Massacre in 1857. Log cabin restored to 1856 appearance. Visitors Center with artifacts and film.
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!
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.
Waverly, Iowa
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
First large hotel and stagecoach stop in the area, built in 1862. Houses pioneer artifacts of Bremer County.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Historic House
Brucemore
Davenport, Iowa
Historic House
The stone house built by Buffalo bill's father has been restored to its original condition and furnished with antique furniture. Buffalo and Texas Longhorn cattle graze of the land surrounding the house.
Middle Amana, Iowa
Historic House
Price includes admission to other Heritage Society sites. The only intact communal-era kitchen house and coopershop remaining in Amana Colonies; guided tours.
Washington, Iowa
Historic House
The Conger House Museum depicts the lifestyles of the late 1800s/early 1900s with Washington County artifacts.
Davenport, Iowa
Historic House
The village is a replica of a typical 19th century pioneer village with St. Ann's Church, a one-room schoolhouse, train depot, telephone office, saloon and much more, preserving the historic character of the 1830s to 1930s.
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.
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.
Ames, Iowa
History, Historic House, University
Nestled in the center of Iowa State University, the Farm House Museum sits as a monument to early Iowa State history and culture. As the first building on campus as well as a National Historic Landmark, the Farm House was built in 1860 before campus was occupied by students or classrooms. The prairie landscape was bleak and desolate at the time, and those first farm tenants primed the land for agricultural experimentation.
Vinton, Iowa
Historic House
Queen Anne Victorian house under restoration.
Keokuk, Iowa
History, Historic House, Park, Specialized
Built in 1927 at Dubuque, Iowa by the U. S. Government, the S.S. Thorpe inaugurated barge service on the upper Mississippi . The first of four steamboats built for the revival of river transportation, it was the first to move barges from St. Louis north to St. Paul. It remained in service there until 1940, when it was sold to Armco Steel Corp. and put in service on the Ohio River. Armco renamed it the George M. Verity after their founder.
Marion, Iowa
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Granger House Museum is the only fully-restored, middle-class family home in southeastern Iowa. Occupied by a single family for nearly 100 years, the house contains many of its original furnishings and is arranged to reflect the lifestyle of a successful, late 19th-century middle-class family.
Missouri Valley, Iowa
Historic House
Two story log building houses museum gift shop and Iowa Welcome Center which are open year round. Historical village features original log cabin and schoolhouse along with seven additional display buildings.
Burlington, Iowa
Historic House
Hawkeye Log Cabin Museum is an example of how our pioneer ancestors lived.
West Branch, Iowa
Historic House
The site contains President Hoover's birthplace, gravesite and several buildings that would have been familiar to him during his boyhood in West Branch from 1874-1884.
Ogden, Iowa
Historic House
This authentic one-room rural school features turn-of-the-century furniture and school times.
Council Bluffs, Iowa
History, Historic House
The home of Grenville M. Dodge, Civil War General and chief construction engineer of the Union Pacific Railroad, is fully furnished and contains many original Dodge artifacts. Superlative example of Victorian architecture and is a Registered National Historic Landmark
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