Newton, Iowa

International Wrestling Institute and Museum


category : Museums
Museum features Olympic, collegiate and pro wrestling history. Displays on famous athletes include Iowa's Olympic champion Dan Gable, Frank Gotch and Verne Gagne. Pro wrestling hall of fame. Glen Brand Wrestling Hall of Fame of Iowa.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 10-5 Tue.-Sat.
Address: I-80 Exit 164; 1690 W. 19th St. S.
Phone: 641-791-1517
Our Email: museum@pcpartner.net
Our Website:www.wrestlingmuseum.org

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