On Tuesday, March 14, register to join State Curator Leo Landis at the State Historical Museum of Iowa for a special guided exhibit tour. Offered at 10 a.m. or 2 p.m., each 45-minute tour will explore the "Iowa’s People & Places" exhibit and highlight objects from more than 13,000 years of history.
Advance registration is required to attend this program. The free tours are open to children and adults - children must be accompanied by an adult. Spots are limited for each tour. If the program becomes full, a wait list will be created.
About the Exhibit:
Journey through 13,000 years of history in this exhibition that features both common and monumental events. American Indian settlements, statehood, court rulings, legislation, immigration and elections all set the course for Iowans and still affect Iowans today. Our history reflects the experiences of many people across the state who shaped, and were affected by, local and national events. Iowa's People & Places invites visitors to explore the stories and artifacts of the earliest people who called this land home as well as more recent Iowans who have helped make Iowa truly unique.