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Guthrie County Historical Village & Museum

Guthrie County Historical Village, 206 W South Street - Panora, Iowa

The Guthrie County Historical Village and Museum is located on a beautiful 4-acre complex in Panora, Iowa, just a few blocks from the Middle Raccoon River, historical Lenon Mill Park, and the Raccoon River Valley Trail. 

 

The Historical Village features 12 buildings, a Milwaukee Caboose, a Pullman Observation and Cafe Car, and numerous exhibits and artifacts throughout the buildings that explore the history of Guthrie County and Iowa from the 1850's to the early-20th Century.

 

Open May 1 to October 15
Tuesday-Friday 10am-4:30pm  |  Saturday & Holidays 1pm-4:30pm
206 W South Street - Panora, IA  50216

Tractors Windmill GCHV Sept 11 2015 Panora Iowa.jpg
Children Cabin GCHV June 10 2015 Panora Iowa.jpg
Children Panora Depot GCHV June 10 2015 Panora iowa.jpg

Established

1968

 

Web

TheGCHV.com

 

Fees

$2 Adults

$1 Children 6-17

FREE 5 & Under

Memberships Available

Annual Events

The Haunted Village

Sites to See

1851 Log House

1878 Batschelet Law Office

1906 Panora Depot

1915 Pullman Observation/Cafe Car

1913 New Bethel Church

1920 Cass #7 Schoolhouse

1910 Marchant House

Points of Interest

Painting on the Window Blind

1912 Model T

 

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