Sanford Museum and Planetarium

category : Museums
Permanent exhibits on the history and prehistory of Northwest Iowa. The West Gallery holds temporary exhibits on a variety of subjects. The Planetarium was the first in the state of Iowa and includes programs on the seasonal night sky. Programs available by appointment.

Admission: Fee
Hours: 9-5 Mon.-Fri., noon-5 Sat.-Sun., year-round. Closed national holidays.
Address: 117 E. Willow St.
Phone: 712-225-3922
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