The Manning Hausbarn-Heritage Park is full of attractions that will take you back to another place and time. Step back into Germany in the 1660’s to see how a typical farm family would have lived or back to the rural American Midwest at the turn of the century and see what life on a farm was like. No visit through the midwest would be complete without seeing these Iowa attractions. To learn more, below are all the sites the park has to offer.
This common German dwelling is an incredible piece of history right here in Manning Iowa. Having survived hundreds of years and traveling thousands of miles, the authentic German Hausbarn is a must see when looking for Iowa attractions.
The beautiful Trinity Lutheran Church building dates back to 1913 with ties in the community going back as far as 1884. Come take a look inside and see how it became a part of our Manning Hausbarn-Heritage Park.
Part of the National Register of Historic Places, the Leet/Hassler Farmstead is a well preserved representation of turn of the century farm life in Manning, Iowa. The home, carriage garage, barn, hog, boar and chicken houses are all a part of what makes this attraction such an amazing site to see.
No trip to the historical Manning Hausbarn-Heritage Park would be complete without making a stop at the gift shop. Grab some German themed souvenirs to remember your visit.
Including a large dining hall, bar and spectacular view of Iowa’s finest attractions, the new Konferenz Centre is sure to make any event special.
The Freedom Rock was “Inspired by images seen in films such as “Saving Private Ryan,” Sorensen has painted the original rock each year as a tribute to those who pay the ultimate sacrifice both at home and overseas”.