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National Farm Toy Museum – Dyersville, Iowa

The National Farm Toy Museum features thousands of toys and exhibits between its two floors. Tractors, implements, trucks, miniature farm dioramas, toy manufacturing information, and pedal tractors are on display around the museum. Also displayed are two … [Read more...]

Mines Of Spain Recreation Area – Dubuque, Iowa

The Mines of Spain Recreation Area and E.B.Lyons Interpretive and Nature Center are located on 1380 acres of beautiful wooded and prairie land just south of Dubuque, IA. The area has been designated as a National Historic Landmark and includes Julien … [Read more...]

Maquoketa Caves State Park – Maquoketa, Iowa

Maquoketa Caves State Park - Maquoketa, Iowa - The caves at the state park have been found to release treasures such as tools and projectile points made of stone, hundreds of years of history just waiting to be explored by you. … [Read more...]

Lone Tree Historical Museum – Lone Tree, Iowa

    Lone Tree Historical Museum - Lone Tree, Iowa Lone Tree Historical Museum - Lone Tree, Iowa features historical artifacts & social history from the late 1800's and early 1900's. The three story home features county kitchen, … [Read more...]

Luxembourg Village – St. Donatus, Iowa

Luxembourg Village - St. Donatus, Iowa - Luxembourg traditional architecture is based on stone construction, a technique introduced by the Romans. Whereas in the United States the Luxembourgers adopted the American way of building houses (frame … [Read more...]

John Hauberg Indian Museum/Watch Tower Lodge, Quad Cities, Iowa

The Hauberg Indian Museum, located in the lodge constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1934, interprets the culture of the Sauk and Mesquakie. The collection of Dr. John Hauberg, a Rock Island philanthropist, forms the basis of the museum's … [Read more...]

Jackson County Historical Society – Maquoketa, Iowa

Jackson County Historical Society was founded on April 25, 1903, when 9 prominent citizens met in Maquoketa to arrange for the preservation of the County heritage as a suitable remembrance of those who settled and developed Jackson County. The museum … [Read more...]

Inwood Woodcarving Exhibit – Dyersville, Iowa

Visitors to the Inwood Woodcarving exhibit in Dyersville can look at many examples of woodcarving: clocks, figurines, chains, decoys, and toys. Woodcarvers are working on a full-size carousel and one can watch the steps involved in this carving. Among the … [Read more...]

Hurstville Interpretive Center – Maquoketa, Iowa

Hurstville Interpretive Center - Maquoketa, Iowa -The Hurstville Interpretive Center offers picnicking, hiking, and nature study. An 18-acre wetland provides wildlife viewing opportunities from the trails, bird blind and observation deck. The … [Read more...]

Heritage Trail – Dubuque, Iowa

Follow the 26 mile route of a once bustling railroad into a 450 foot deep valley past old mining and mill towns. Discover the rugged beauty that welcomes thousands of bicyclists and hikers each year. 26 miles Surface: smooth, compacted crushed … [Read more...]