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319-622-3232, 319-622-3567

1308 G Street, High Amana, IA 52203

Monday-Saturday 10-5; Sunday 11-3

Established back in communal days in 1857, the store’s exterior and interior have remained virtually unchanged all these years. The original tin ceiling, wooden floor, and glass-topped display cases still remain. Throughout the store are charming reminders of the good old days, of a simpler time, of the past preserved. They just don’t make stores like this anymore, and there sure aren’t many of them left in existence! The store is truly a “museum” and an authentic general store in one. We have stocked the shelves with an interesting variety of hard-to-find trinkets and unique treasures from days gone by. We offer a wide assortment of gift and food items, toys, books, housewares, handmade soaps, and much more, all reasonably priced. Everyone is sure to find something that brings a smile to their face.

HOURS:

Open Daily April 2-October 31

Monday through Saturday: 10am-5pm

Sunday: 11am-3pm

319-642-7263

2566 Highway 6 Trail, Marengo Is 52301

Stop by and check out my shop and showroom full of “tree to treasure” items such as the Iowa Rocker and Bent Back chairs.  Just one mile west of South Amana on Highway 6 Trail.

319-622-3692 Toll Free: 800-418-8318

4423 220th Trail, Amana, IA 52203

Located within the Amana General Store, the International Christmas Market is a year-round holiday wonderland!

Discover a magical world of scents, colors and light. Browse through our extensive array of ornaments, fabulous tree displays, and unique home decor.

From world-imported items to hand-crafted gifts, the appeal of the International Christmas Market is simple: stress-free shopping in a beautiful, festive environment featuring unique gift ideas for everyone no matter the season…including you!

319-227-2044

112 E Railroad St, Norway, IA 52318

Norway’s baseball tradition grew into 20 state championships, and many college, semi-pro and professional baseball players came from this small community. This museum features the history of baseball, championship trophies, major league players from the community, other major league players, and THE FINAL SEASON movie made in Norway, Ia. The museum includes a small gift shop, murals, written history, and a narrated tour.

Our museum is always open by appointment by calling 319-721-6288.

(319) 337-6592

900 1st Ave/Hayden Fry Way, Coralville Iowa 52241

8:00 - 5:00 Monday - Friday

Think about it…Iowa City is a collection of curious communities, where a pie shake is a breakfast food, where a noisy library is a great place to learn and where creamed corn comes with a spoon. It’s is the place where culture is not just an attitude but is a way of life. It’s full of progressive, cultured and thoughtful people. Whether it is our many artistic performances, beautiful parks, locally sourced restaurants or Big Ten athletic events, we invite curious minds to see for themselves.

Think Iowa City.

319-622-3264

920 48th Avenue, Amana, IA 52203

8 a.m. - 5 p.m. weekdays - closed Sat. and Sun.

Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) is a unique program that helps people protect and develop their economic, natural, and social resources in ways that improve their area’s economy, environment, and quality of life. The Iowa Valley RC&D provides ways for Benton, Iowa, Johnson, Linn, Poweshiek, Tama county and Meskwaki Settlement residents to plan and implement projects that will make their communities better places to live.

319-389-5544

403 27th Ave, Amana, IA 52203

Exclusively by way of airbnb.com website below

704 12th Ave, High Amana, Ia 52203

Come stay with us at an artist’s residence and studio in the historic district of High Amana.  Experience the atmosphere of a colorful German home built in 1863 complete with antique Amana-made furnishings, and artwork. Set a time to relax in a stuffed chair in his studio, and watch Gordon paint. Hear some Amana stories from this 4th generation colonist.

Two units are available exclusively by way of airbnb.com:

Unit 1 – Upstairs apartment with full kitchen, private bathroom, and

4 beds: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/23945758

2 beds: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/25977053

Unit 2 – Downstairs spacious suite with a shared kitchen, private bathroom, and 2 beds   https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/24021568

 

 

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1685 U Ave, Homestead, IA 52236

319-622-3097

617 45th Avenue, Amana, IA 52203

You’ll find Lace Lodging just 1/2 block off main street Amana, behind the General Store.  Lace Lodging is housed in the first prayer meeting hall in Amana. The building is made up of a sandstone structure and a wood structure.  Following a rich history, Lace Lodging is now “home” to 3 multiroom suites and a privately owned Salon and Spa.

There are two main floor suites and one upstairs suite. Each suite is priced for two people, however Suites 1 and 2 can sleep up to 5.   Suite 1, The Coventry Suite is located in the wood structure.  It has a full kitchen, living room, bed room and full bathroom.  Suite 2, The Victoria Suite, is located upstairs.  It has a sitting room with a day bed, bedroom with a queen bed, bedroom with a king bed, bathroom with a shower unit, and a sitting room with a kitchenette.  Suite 3, The Rose Suite, is designed for two. It is located on the main floor in the sandstone part of the house.  This suite is designed for a couples get-away or bridal suite.  There is a full kitchen, sitting room, bedroom with a king 4 polster bed, full bathroom, and a room with a two person whirlpool tub.  Also located in Lace Lodging is Tracy’s Salon and Spa.  Guests of Lace Lodging will receive a discount in services at Tracy’s.

Lace Lodging is a lodging, so no breakfast is served.  Guests are welcome to bring their own food and use the kitchen or kitchenette in each suite or take a short 1/2 block stroll where you will find two of the Amana restaurants.

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