Conger House Museum

category : Museums
Home built in 1847 features late-1800s period rooms of the Conger family. Also, displays of American Indian artifacts, Washington County history, war memorabilia, medical history and early items manufactured in the county. Grounds surrounding the historic home contain herb garden, restored flower beds and gazebo. Summer exhibit: "Early Railroads." Halloween exhibit in October. Annual Christmas Celebration first two weekends in December.

Admission: Fee
Hours: 2-4 Sun., June-Aug.; 2-4 Sat.-Sun., Oct.
Address: 903 E. Washington
Phone: 319-653-3125

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