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Kalona Village
Welcome Center
715 D Avenue

Kalona, IA 52247


For more info:
319-656-3232
kalonatours@kctc.net
  Stroll through our scenic 1800's village and explore pioneer life in 13 authentic buildings.
Each structure is painstakedly restored and filled with interesting and informative displays
depicting the rugged years our immigrant settlers spent taming the Iowa prairie.
Established in 1969 with the relocation of the Rock Island depot, the village encompasses the eras
from our earliest frontier days of the Snyder Log Home, to the victorian influence of the lovely Wahl House.

    Leave behind the stress of today’s world and savor the family values, hard work ethic
and unpretentious lifestyle of an earlier age.
             
Friend Us on Facebook   Snyder Cabin   Hours:
April through October,
Monday through Saturday
10:00 am - 5:00 pm.

November through March
Monday through Saturday
11:00 am - 3:00 pm.
  Wahl House
 Meet the Amish      
Explore Kalona      
             
    Post Office  
Admission :

Adults:
Self Guided Tour of Grounds $10.00
Guided Tour of Some Buildings $10.00
Quilt Galleries: $6.00
Youth 7-12:  $3.00
Children 6 and under: FREE

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    Museum   Learn about the local Amish settlement,
one of the largest west
of the Mississippi River.
Discover the great respect the Amish have for family and their elders,
and the considerate way the Amish provide care for the senior generation
in grandpa house.
  School Cabin
             
    Iowa Mennonite Museum & Archives
             
    Mennonite Museum   In the Mennonite museum,
you will find many historical artifacts
related to the Mennonite culture
and Mennonite history.
The Archives is also a rich repository of Mennonite genealogical records,
past and present.
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