The Museum has an extensive collection of Clinton County’s history featuring agriculture, river, lumbering, railroad, genealogy, and past and present business and industry.
Dubuque Museum of Art, Dubuque
Iowa's oldest cultural institution, established in 1874, located in the heart of downtown Dubuque's cultural corridor. The Dubuque Museum of Art achieved the highest recognition for a museum, accreditation by the American Association of Museums (AAM) in December 2004.
Grant Wood Gallery, Anamosa
View a continuing exhibit of Grant Wood prints and photos of the original Grant Wood Art Colony in Stone City. Original murals on exhibit by Grant Wood from the old Chieftain Hotel in Council Bluffs. Gift Shop includes Grant Wood prints, books and memorabilia.
Prepare to take an entertaining and informative journey on the Mighty Mississippi at the National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium. Enjoy dynamic aquariums, historical exhibits and a stroll through the wetlands and boatyard. Each visit is a truly interactive experience where visitors can get "up close and personal" with live critters, become barge pilots, and control locks and dams.
An extensive collection of vintage motorcycles, thousands of photographs, posters, postcards and pieces of motorcycle memorabilia, plus a fabulous collection of antique toys and other surprises await you in Iowa.
National Farm Toy Museum, Dyersville
The National Farm Toy Museum features over 30,000 toys and exhibits between its two floors. Tractors, implements, trucks, miniature farm dioramas, toy manufacturing information, and pedal tractors are on display around the museum.