This is a late post but better late than never. We had our summer vacation in Iowa last July and stayed there for a couple of weeks. I already posted some of the places that we visited there in here and also here when I was in the mood to write. There are still quite a few to write about our vacation and that includes the Antique Car Museum.
My step-son Wayne took us there (me, hubby, Sherry and JJ). We drove from Muscatine to Coralville. An entrance fee of $5 per person got us in to the Antique Car Museum and the Johnson County Historical Society Museum. We hit the latter first. The Johnson County Historical Society Museum is home to the society's more than 10,000 historic artifacts that portray the diverse and vibrant heritage of the county. The items include guns, pots, authentic handcart, old cash register, ballot box, etc. We did not really come for that. We came for the antique cars but we had fun seeing those artifacts.
For railroad fans, the Hawk-eye Model Railroad Club also has an exhibit on display. It is a nice addition.