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Kathy's Pumpkin Patch

Visit our working farm just one mile east of Donnellson, Iowa, where we feature over 175

Donnellson, IA Mazes

Donnellson Depot Museum

The old depot in Donnellson is open during Apple Daze or by special arrangements with City Hall. Contains Donnellson historical items. Donnellson historical or genealogical information can be found at the Library, at 319-835-5545

Donnellson, IA Railroad History

Waubonsie Trail

The Waubonsie Trail was the first hard road crossing the state of Iowa. It was built in 1911

Donnellson, IA Historic Trails

Faeth Apple Orchard

One of the oldest orchards in Iowa, family owned and operated for more than 150 years. Listed on the Iowa State Historical Register and the National Register of Historic Places

Fort Madison, IA Farm Life

Lee County Speedway

Dirt track auto racing, entertainment.

Fort Madison, IA Speedways

Fort Madison Art Center

Located in historic depot at Riverview Park. Fine arts exhibits by regional and nationally known artists. Sales gallery carries works of more than 60

Fort Madison, IA Art Centers


Keokuk National Cemetery

Iowa's only national cemetery, designated by Congress at the same time as Arlington National Cemetery. Union and Confederate soldiers, as well as members of the military representing all conflicts since the Civil War, are buried here.

Keokuk, IA Cemeteries

Woodlands Scenic Byway (East End)

Beginning in Donnellson, head west on Highway 2

Donnellson, IA Scenic Byways

Daniel McConn Barn

Iowa's only Pennsylvania Dutch double-decker bank barn. Built in 1857 with hand-laid stone and hand-hewn timbers joined with wooden pegs, it features three cupolas. One of the oldest and largest barns in Iowa.

Fort Madison, IA Historic Barns

George M. Verity Riverboat Museum

This museum is on the George M. Verity, a retired paddlewheel steamboat built in 1927 and retired in 1960. View its original boiler, machinery, crew quarters and pilot house. Photos of 19th century riverboats and artifacts of the steamboat era are also displayed on this national historic landmark. Keokuk, IA Museums


Christian Herschler Winery & Stagecoach Stop

Tour this 1860s home that was once a stagecoach stop. See original painted murals and other historic features. Featured in "This Old House" Magazine, "Iowa Historian", and HGTV's "If Walls Could Talk"

Franklin, IA Historic Homes

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