Wagaman Mill & Museum Lynnville Iowa

Wagaman Mill & Museum Lynnville Iowa Open Sundays 1pm-4pm Memorial Day weekend through the last Sunday in September or by appointment. Admission is Free with donations welcome. SUPPORT THE MILL!

Wagaman Mill and Museum in Lynnville, Ia showcases the people and history of small town Iowa. Items donated by local residents and their descendants are displayed throughout the historic mill. The interior is restored and contains an operating water-powered turbine. Constructed in 1848; the mill has been used as a saw mill; carding mill; flour mill; feed mill; and as a generating station for elect

ricity before opening as a museum in 1999. The mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is part of the Silos and Smokestacks National Heritage Area. Jasper County Conservation Board and the Lynnville Historical Society operate the mill in a joint effort and offer guided tours and host field day trips for 3rd and 4th grade students. The facility is handicapped accessible, has a picnic area and can accommodate bus parking. School field trips can be arranged by calling the Jasper County Conservation Board at (641) 792-9780. The museum is open Sundays, Memorial Day through the last Sunday in September from 2:00pm – 4:00pm or by appointment. BECOME A MEMBER! Annual Membership dues are $10 per person and are payable in January of each year. Membership does not obligate you to serve in any capacity but does allow you to receive the Historical Society’s newsletter. Dues can be mailed to
Lynnville Historical Society
200 East St PO BOX 113
Lynnville, Ia 50153


200 East Street, PO Box 113
Lynnville, IA


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