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Grundy County Museum Natural history exhibits include more than 250 mounted animals and aquariums of fish and reptiles. See railroad display, log cabin and country school. Heritage Center and Agricultural Hall contains interpretive centers for immigrant information and agricultural equipment.


Hours: Open from 8 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday all year round.
Address: 204 Fourth St.
Phone: 319-345-2688
Our Email: gccb@gccourthouse.org
Our Website:www.grundycounty.org
The Grundy County Museum displays a wide variety of artifacts from Grundy County's cultural past and also includes natural history displays of wildlife mounts and aquariums. The aquarium room contains large and small aquariums totaling almost 1,500 gallons of water! An interactive underwater mural is a popular feature in the aquarium room, as well. Come check things out! Other buildings from the past are also located on the museum grounds. They include Colfax No. 3, a one room school house, Peck Cabin, the first log cabin constructed in Grundy County, a railroad interpretive, and Heritage Center & Agricultural Hall the newest museum attraction. We invite you to check out these and other facilities!

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