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(319) 622-3567

705 44th Avenue, Amana

Museum Spring Hours: Saturdays 10-5

The Amana Heritage Society maintains a group of arts-and-culture museums that display and interpret artifacts and photos of the history of the Amana Colonies. The Amana Heritage Museum is comprised of three 19th Century buildings, set in spacious grounds. The…

Locally made brooms and baskets in West Amana, IA


618 8th Avenue, West Amana

Hours: Monday- Saturday 9:00-5:00 Sunday Closed

Our shop is located in the village of West Amana, right next door to our Giant Walnut Rocking Chair.  Brooms are made on an old 'kicker' broom winding machine.  Our baskets are made locally and include traditional German willow baskets with…

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,…

Mini-Americana is the largest known collection of 1/12 scale miniature replicas built by one man, woodworker Henry Moore (1911-1983). Following a scale of one inch to one foot, Mini-Americana is a unique display of over 200 miniatures that depict the…


609 7th Ave., West Amana

CLOSED FOR THE SEASON Opening again in late May!

Opa's Tractor Barn Museum features Minneapolis-Moline Tractors, Machinery, Agricultural History Memorabilia, Barnyard in Miniature and more. Play with Amana Colonies' Largest Bowling Ball Run! Located in the Historic West Amana Horse Barn, built in 1883 with hand-pegged Chestnut beams.