|| Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum and the Grout Museum of History and Science || 503 South Street || 319-234-6357 || Mon, March 18 – Fri, March 22 || 9am – 5pm || $1 per person ||
Planetarium Shows Daily: Check back for times.
The Grout Museum of History & Science’s collection focuses on the period from 1833, when Iowa was opened for settlement, to the present. The Maytag Car, Rath Packing Company whistle and Pioneer Hall Mural help visitors envision and understand a bygone era.
Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum ($1 entry will also get you into the Grout Museum of History and Science)
Iowa veterans have a million stories to tell – tales of heroism, adventure, and sadly, of trauma and death. For 150 years, Iowa’s men and women have stepped forward to take an oath to preserve the union, safeguard democracy, and defend against terrorism in times of war and peace. The Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum honors all Iowans who served the nation from the Civil War to the present. The collection, preservation, and interpretation of their stories and artifacts are the core mission of the museum.