What to Do in Walnut, Iowa

For more information on the City of Walnut, visit the city website or call (712) 784-3433.

Eagles of Honor Project

Pottawattamie County, IA
(712) 485-2618
Website

Since 2007, hand-crafted bronze eagles have been dedicated across Pottawattamie County as a symbol to thank all veterans and families. Displays include:

Iowa's Antique City Welcome Center

607 Highland Street
Walnut, IA 51577
(712) 784-2100
Website

The city of Walnut features turn-of-the-century brick streets, antique globe lights, and hitching posts, plus over 15 antique shops open year-round.

Monroe One-Room County Schoolhouse

610 Highland Street
Walnut, IA 51577
(712) 784-2100

1920s country schoolhouse; contact the Welcome Center for tour information.

Rolling Hills Bank

300 Antique City Drive
Walnut, IA 51577

Built in 1880, this structure features Mission/Spanish Revival and Classical Revival styles of architecture.

Walnut Creek Historical Museum

304 Antique City Drive
Walnut, IA 51577
(712) 784-2100

Open weekends Memorial day through Labor Day, or by appointment, many of the items in this museum date to the 1870s and 1880s, when Walnut was a thriving prairie town of 1,000 people. The museum is housed in the former Masonic Lodge and includes kitchen and parlor room exhibits, furniture and clothing.

Walnut Mural Tour

Walnut, IA

Twenty-seven artists used their imagination and creativity to develop murals and signs, enhancing the ambiance of "Iowa's Antique City." While visiting, make it your project to find them all and find the letter on each one to spell "WALNUT." This can be a fun, family adventure!

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