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My husband and I really enjoyed our trip through the historical village. There was a large variety of buildings that reflected another day and time. It was a hot day and air conditioning could be found in two buildings. Well worth the trip!
There is a lot to see at this museum and is well worth the admission price. There are many historical buildings you can enter including an old church, Victorian-style home, train depot, post office, school, and log home. Most buildings have a button to push...More
We attended the Kalona fall Festival which is held on the grounds of the Historical Village, so we not only were able to see the museum but also got to partake in all the wonderful offerings of the fall festival. Our only complaint was that...More
We visited the Kalona Historical Village while traveling in the Coralville area. The drive was easy on good roads. We were greeted by a friendly lady who gave us a short overview of what the site offered. We then proceeded, at our own pace on...More
We really enjoyed our time at the villiage. They have done a nice job of recreating a mid-19th century town. The staff if very friendly. The man we met at the museum was most interesting and answered all of our questions.
This was a great little place to visit we did this after going on the guided bus tour.
The village gave you a good flavor of the buildings from the area. There is a great machinery shed agricultural building for those who are interested in...More
Kalona was settled by Mennonites and Amish, and the historical village tells their story, as well as the more general one of small-town eastern Iowa. The main building is a Mennonite/Amish museum, and on the property are a number of buildings that have been moved...More