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University of Northern Iowa Museums


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Permanent natural history exhibits feature items from shells to mastodon bones, African antelope to Peruvian textiles. Changing exhibits highlight a variety of cultural and international themes. Call ahead to visit the nearby Marshall Center School, a restored 1893 one-room schoolhouse with original furnishings, textbooks and costumes. First-person interpretation available by request for groups. Special exhibit in spring 2006: "In Touch With Knowledge: The Educational History of Blind People."


Admission: Fee
Hours: 9-4:30 Mon.-Fri.; 1-4 Sat.-Sun., closed holidays.
Address: 3219 Hudson Rd.
Phone: 319-273-2188
Our Email: doris.mitchell@uni.edu
Our Website:www.uni.edu/museum

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