Heartland Museum


119 SW 9th St.
PO Box 652
Clarion, Iowa 50525
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Phone: 515-602-6000

Heartland Museum represents Iowa’s agriculture and rural life through farm machinery, toys and displays in downtown streetscapes representing the Victorian, 1930’s and 1950’s eras. View the 4-H Schoolhouse Museum where the 4-H emblem was first introduced engaging youth to “learn by doing” for a better agriculture education.  Over 80 restored tractors, 30 plus buggies and sleighs, farm equipment.  Allow approx. two hours to see it all!


Memorial Day thru Labor Day, Mon-Sat 10-4.  Last admission is 2:00 pm.  Year-round by appointment.  Give us a call to set up a time!


$12 adults, $6 children 6-13; free under age 6