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Swedish American Museum
Swedish immigrants came to Southeast Iowa in the mid-1800s, establishing the first Swedish settlements in the Midwest. The Swedish American Museum preserves and celebrates this story and its descendants. Three buildings house artifacts from the voyage to early prairie life. The original tin smith shop also boasts a reconstructed Huckster wagon and the Berg's tiny upstairs apartment. The gift shop has books and Swedish memorabilia as well as a few treats. Featuring Iowa's largest Dala horse.