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Marion County Historical Village


category : Museums
Visit the historic Little Red School, Bussey Depot, stagecoach inn, Valley Chapel Church, country store and museum, log cabin, and machine shed with farm equipment and machinery. Antiques and artifacts are on display.


Admission: Fee
Hours: 1-5 Sat.-Sun., Memorial Day weekend-Labor Day weekend and by appointment.
Address: Willetts Dr.
Phone: 641-842-5526
Our Email: smilnk@lisco.com

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