Union County Historical Village And Museum – Creston, Iowa
The county is developing an 1890s village in McKinley Park. The buildings are furnished with period pieces. The village is composed of 16 buildings including a general store, church, school, railroad caboose and water tower, harness shop, barber shop, blacksmith shop, fire station, machine building, mill house, log cabin, house and 1896 barn. A museum is set a short distance apart, so as not to detract from the village aspect. A caboose has been moved to the area.
Admission – None
Directions – south end of McKinley Park
Hours – The historical complex is open daily, seven days a week, June through Labor Day weekend, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone – (515) 782-4247 or (515) 782-4405