Heartland Museum houses area treasures, the Wright County historical library, opera house meeting room, and a walk down Clarion streets from the 1900s to present. A favorite exhibit features many hats and memorabilia from Alvina Sellers, the Iowa Hat Lady, with 302 of Alvina's 6,000+ Hats
Hundreds of restored tractors, implements, carriages, buggies are housed in the Agriculture Hall. The Heartland Museum is proud to be the current home of the "World's Largest Farm Tractor". The 16-V 747 built in Montana was originally built for deep ripping and has been used by farms in California and Florida. Over the last 20 years the tractor has toured many farms and museums and now rests in Clarion, Iowa. The balcony houses over 2,00 pieces of farm toys collection.
The Teddy Bear exhibit showcases a permanent display of teddy bear art from around the world.
Admission: $12- Adults; $6- Children 5-13; Children Under 5, Free
Hours: Open Memorial weekend through Labor Day Hours: Monday thru Saturday 10-3 pm until Labor Day
Address: 119 9th St. SW
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Come visit us in Clarion, Iowa