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Wayne County Historical Society and Prairie Trails Museum [Iowa]

The Society operates the Prairie Trails Museum. The large main brick building of the Museum houses 25,000 artifacts in five galleries covering over 21,000 square feet and the range of the area's history. The red Heritage Barn contains an extensive collection of early farm artifacts displayed in interpretive exhibits.

The museum offers exhibits, research library access, and occasional recreational and educational events.

 
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