Timberland Museum – Forest City, Iowa

 timberlandmuseumforestcity.jpg    Timberland Museum – Forest City, Iowa

This is a privately owned museum in Forest City and it has a number of Native American artifacts belonging to tribes that had quartered in Winnebago and Hancock Counties. They also have arrowheads used by prehistoric men dating back to 10,000 B. C. 

Admission – None

Location: – Heritage Park of north Iowa which is located on the south side of forest city iowa along hwy 69.

Hours – 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., Sunday, June 1 – October 15

Phone – (641) 581-2992 


  1. Barbara O'Connor says:

    I would appreciate any information you may have regarding my great-great grandfather, James Patrick O’Connor, married to Elizabeth Erickson of Wisconsin having 13 children. He was a blind shopkeeper in the Forest City area in the late 1800′s. After his death, she left with her children to join her sister in Renville, Minnesota. If you know anything of my family of so long ago I would be so happy to hear from you.


    Barbara O’Connor
    678-641-7733 cell

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