Chariton, Iowa

Belinda Toy and Antique Museum


category : Museums
Historic 1846 church has been transformed into a toy museum, with collections of airplanes, cars, tractors, dolls, trains, and tin and cast-iron toys.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 9-8 daily. (closed lunch hour)
Address: 12 miles south of Knoxville on Highway 14
Phone: 641-862-4439

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