Celebrate Iowa Museum Week with a trip back through time. The fifth annual Southeast Iowa Museum Crawl is happening on Saturday, June 16! Participating museums will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and promise to fill your mind and imagination with days gone by at this free and kid-friendly event!
Featured stops for this event include:
- Monroe County Historical Museum
114 A Avenue East – Albia, IA
- Wabash Depot Museum Complex
800 West North Street – Moravia, IA
- Appanoose County Historical & Coal Mining Museum
100 West Maple Street – Centerville, IA
- Moulton Historical Museum
712 North Main Street – Moulton, IA
Each of these stops will have family friendly activities taking place that will engage the young and old alike. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to enjoy:
- Rug weaving demonstrations,
- One room schoolhouse games
- The opportunity to learn about rodeo life from a professional cowboy
- Countless other activities, snacks, and refreshments!
Information about the museums, maps to the locations, and details of the event may be found at: https://pathfindersrcd.org/museumcrawl/
Questions? Contact Byway Coordinator Diana Hughell at 641/472-6177, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project was made possible through the local efforts of many historians and history enthusiasts as well as the Historic Hills Scenic Byway, in conjunction with Governor declared Iowa Museum Week. Pathfinders Resource Conservation & Development manages the Historic Hills Scenic Byway program.