Adair County Historical Museum
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Admission is charged:, Adults: $3.00, Children (5-12): $1.50, Children under 5: No charge
Established in 1986, the Adair County Heritage Museum is a five-acre complex dedicated to preserving and display- in the history of Adair County for the benefit and enlightenment of future generations. Located on the west edge of Greenfield, it is operated by the Adair County Historical Society. The museum complex is surrounded by plantings of native grasses and Iowa wildflowers and is comprised of 8 separate buildings, reflecting Adair County's history and housing a variety of historical displays. Visitors may tour the main museum building, an agricultural history building, a one-room country school, a small city barn, a railroad depot, a century-old country church, a recreational cabin, and the childhood home of former Iowa Governor George A. Wilson.
1:00 -- 4:30 P.M. Seven days a week May 1 -- October 1 Open other times by appointment
Classroom Presentations
Traveling Trunks
Instructional Resources
Field Trips
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