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Carnegie Cultural Center Temporary and Permanent exhibits fill this old Carnegie Library building.

Permanent exhibits include the Natvig Brothers Circus, life under the big top in models to scale; Billy J's Clown Circus, clown models on parade; Toy Town, miniature circus, dollhouses, and general store; Doc Tunnell & Co. Eyeglasses, history of eye wear; Uncle Joe's Farm, handcrafted S-scale model of a 1930s farmstead; Virgil's Tractors, an extensive collection of toy tractors and implements; Jerry's World, Fantasyland village comprised of structures erected from building blocks and construction sets; The Railroad Room, an impressive display of individually handcrafted operational train lines, towns, farms, rural schools, waterways, highways, bridges, woodland, a pioneer trading post and even a creamery; and more.


Hours: 12-6 Wed.-Fri., 10-4 Sat., 1-4 Sun., June-Aug.: 12-6 Thu., 10-4 Sat., 1-4 Sun., Sep.-May. Closed Jan.
Address: 7 North Water Ave.
Phone: 641-394-2354
Our Email: carnegiecc@yahoo.com
Our Website:www.carnegieculturalcenter.org

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