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Grout Museum District Charity Profile
The mission of the Grout Museum District is to provide a better understanding of our world by collecting, preserving and interpreting history and illustrating scientific principles. The Grout Museum collects, preserves and interprets cultural and natural history of the region; the Rensselaer Russell House Museum and the Snowden House preserve and interpret elements of the Victorian age; the Bluedorn Science Imaginarium provides exhibitions and programming that inspire the study of the sciences. And the Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum honors the service and sacrifice of Iowa veterans from the Civil War to present.Established in 1932, the Grout Museum District is widely acknowledged as one of the cornerstones of culture in Northeast Iowa.
Grout Museum District Volunteer Information
Volunteers — people just like you — are a major reason why the Grout Museum District continues to be recognized as the region's cornerstone of history, culture and science. New volunteers are always welcome, and you can choose from opportunities that match your availability and talents.