Learning Iowa History Is A Breeze At This Beautiful Hawkeye Heritage Park

The Hawkeye State has a fascinating and varied history, and you can learn all about it when you visit one of our many historical interpretive sites. The Harrison County Historical Village and Welcome Center is one of these sites – and it’s an underrated gem that shows off pioneer history and the story of the Lincoln Highway in Iowa.

Gas up the car and hit the road, because the sights and sites of the Loess Hills and Missouri Valley are well worth the drive from anywhere in the state!

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Learn more about the Harrison County Welcome Center and Historical Village on the National Parks website, here.

Iowa’s Loess Hills area is one of the most fascinating regions in the entire country. Plan an autumn Road Trip Through The Loess Hills In Iowa to discover the most beautiful fall foliage in the state and you’ll please even the pickiest leaf peeper.

Address: 2931 Monroe Ave, Missouri Valley, IA 51555, USA