The Oldest Home In Iowa Is An 1820s Log Cabin And Is Truly Something To Marvel Over

Long before Iowa was a state, a fur trader built a cabin not far from the west bank of the Mississippi in an area that’s now Dubuque. A lot happened in the next two centuries, but the cabin still stands, and it’s now the oldest log cabin west of the Mississippi. The Arriandeaux Cabin is a site you can visit and a trip here will take you back hundreds of years.

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The site tells the story of the area with the help of costumed interpreters who provide guided tours. There’s a rich history just waiting to be discovered in Iowa. Here are 15 landmarks you absolutely must visit.

Address: 2241 Lincoln Ave, Dubuque, IA 52001, USA