Iowa’s Mobile History Museum Making a Stop in Sac City this Week

A custom-Iowa-built R-V is back on the road as the state’s mobile history museum.

Michael Morain, spokesman for the Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs, says the State Historical Society of Iowa’s vehicle is fully outfitted to bring a wide array of interesting items from Iowa’s past directly to Iowans.

The mobile museum debuted in 2017 and over the course of three years made 175 stops in all 99 counties, attracting some 65-thousand visitors, including more than 11-thousand students. The R-V is now on its second three-year statewide tour with a completely different exhibition inside.

The mobile museum’s upcoming stops include tomorrow (Tues) through Thursday of this week at the Sac City Public Library.

Learn more at www.iowaculture.gov.

(thanks to Radio Iowa for contributing)

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