McCallum Museum and Brunson Heritage House
5th Street and 8th Avenue, Sibley, IA 51249
Sibley, IA 51249
At the Museum in Sibley, Iowa, visitors can find the H. K. Rogers House, one of the first wooden dwellings built in Osceola County. It had been moved to the City Park and the family of Albert W. McCallum provided the money to build the Museum and protect the wooden homestead. The Museum was built around the home in 1957. Here one can see many pioneer tools, artifacts, and household goods. Such items as Civil War guns, swords and uniforms, china and glassware, buggies, farm equipment, and photographs are on display. In a later addition, collections from Dorothea Brunson of antique home furnishings have been placed.
Admission: Free will offering; proceeds for the NEW Farm Shed, building project.
- Tuesdays & Thursdays from 2-4pm, now through October
For more information contact Jan Stofferan, 712-754-3710.
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