The History Behind This Log Cabin Church In Iowa Is Astounding

When it comes to historic places, you’ll find something fascinating around every corner in the Hawkeye State. Below, read the story of one of the most historic (and creepiest!) church in the Midwest, located in the small town of Bloomfield.

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Have you visited Mars Hill Church? It’s located at 1011 100th Ave, Bloomfield, IA 52537. The building is on the National Register of Historic Places and is certainly worth a visit when they host the annual meeting in June!

For more of Iowa’s best historic sites, read Here Are Iowa’s 11 Most Historic Houses That Offer Fascinating Tours and get in touch with your roots!