Carl & Mary Koehler History Center – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Permanent and changing exhibits and programs bring Lynn County history alive in Cedar Rapids.
The collections of the Carl & Mary Koehler History Center include over 35,000 objects ranging is size from hat-pins to electric cars. The lower level of The Carl & Mary Koehler History Center comprises collection storage space of 8,000 square feet. This is where all large and three-dimensional items are stored. The collections of the History Center are core to the mission of The Carl & Mary Koehler History Center – to engage visitors in an understanding of the local history of Linn County.
The Linge Library and Armstrong Research and Archives Center hold the paper and photographic collections of the Carl & Mary Koehler History Center.
TimeQuest, a virtual ride through downtown Cedar Rapids in 1900, a library and archives, a collection of over 35,000 artifacts, and a museum store are all part of the Museum.
Location: 615 First Avenue SE – Cedar Rapids, IA
Phone: (319) 362-1501
Hours of Operation – Exhibit Gallery and Museum Store
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Thursday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Sunday Noon to 4 p.m.
Closed on major holidays, except the Fourth of July
Hours of Operation – Research Library/Archives
Tuesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday By Appointment
Admission: Adults: $4 – Seniors: (62 and above) $3.25
Children 6-17: $2.00 – Under 6: Free