Tour a collage of 21 buildings nestled in a courtyard. Brick paths connect the buildings, some of which are over 140 years old. Some of the establishments include a house, gristmill, church, bakery, and miniature Dutch village. Replica of an 1850
The museum chronicles the history of Vermeer Manufacturing and the development of its agricultural products such as the round baler, and industrial construction equipment including trenchers, boring equipment and environmental equipment.
Built by Pella's founder, Dominie Scholte, in 1847. View original furnishings and fine household items from Holland as well as original family furnishings purchased in America. Colorful gardens contain thousands of tulips and other flowers. Dutch Tea, tour and coffee time available by reservation.