Plum Grove Historical Site

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  • Address: 1030 Carroll St, 52240, Iowa City, United States
  • Timings: 01:00 pm - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-3193376846
  • Tags: Museums, Landmarks, Historic And Protected Sites

Witness the historic heritage of Iowa City, United States by visiting Plum Grove Historical Site. This protected site instantly takes you back to the ancient times, giving you a glimpse of the city’s history.

Considered to be a historic landmark, visiting Plum Grove Historical Site is a must during your Iowa City trip. Find all the related information about the place such as address, visiting hours, and ticket price on this page. An image displayed here gives you an idea about how it looks. A brief description lets you know about the historical importance of Plum Grove Historical Site in Iowa City. Reaching the monumental place is made easy by providing the exact location on map. Refer to the mentioned public transport to easily traverse to and from the place. In case you find some details missing or incorrect, you can even add the information you have. You also stand a chance of getting your image of Plum Grove Historical Site featured on this page with due credits. By contributing to the page, you are helping other users of TripHobo who wish to visit the protected site.

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  • Plum Grove Historical Site Address: 1030 Carroll St, 52240, Iowa City, United States
  • Plum Grove Historical Site Contact Number: +1-3193376846
  • Plum Grove Historical Site Timing: 01:00 pm - 05:00 pm
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  • Website: http://www.iowahistory.org/historic-sites/plum-grove/
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Plum Grove Historical Site Reviews & Ratings

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  • Historic house in a historic neighborhood amazing for those who are interested. Especially beeing recieved by a friendly young lady.

  • Fun spot! Not many historical spots like this in Iowa City - very friendly service by the young lady who was staffing the house too. Nice short tour as well. I really enjoyed the gardens.

  • Neat old area that's keeping history alive!

  • We randomly came upon Plum Grove while on a bike ride and it's quite the fun little spot to stop in at. They're open from 1-5 Wed-Sun and we learned from the sign that the National Society of The Colonial Dames helps out here! Kind of a fun little 20 minute excursion where you can explore a house that was effectively a mansion in the 1840's and today is on the small side of anywhere. The grounds have plenty of reader boards w/ fun facts about what used to go on here and there was even a community garden that is apparently usable. Good place to go explore for a bit and learn a little about how things used to be!

  • Beautiful

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