Cultural Venues

Keokuk County IA. EZ's

Lewis Memorial Fountain

Town Square of Sigourney

Dedication in 1940 – in memory of Ethel Beatrix

Operational May thru September

Spectacular, rotating light show

Phone 641-622-2320

Sigourney/County Historical Society

402 E. Elm Street – Sigourney

Phone 641-622-3005

Open Wed & Thurs 9 am – 3 pm

Group tours by appointment

The Stone House

321 N. Shuffleton Street – Sigourney

Built in 1855-the oldest house in Sigourney

Phone 641-622-3005

Keokuk County Courthouse

201 S. Main, Sigourney Square

Built in 1910

4 murals painted by C.E. Rang of Chicago in 1912

Phone 641-622-2320


St. Peter and Paul’s Catholic Church

3 Miles south on Hwy 92 on 330th Ave.

Phone 319-461-3281 – Michael Berg

Built in 1989

Vernacular Architecture/Victorian Gothic style

Keota Historical Museum & Keota Veterans Memorial

109 E. Washington Street – Keota

Phone 641-636-3850


Memorial located at W. Broadway Ave.

Lancaster School

Located on County Road V5G SE of Sigourney

One room School Built in 1881

641-622-2031 – George House

Delta Covered Bridge Replica

In Delta on Hwy 21

Arson burned this Bridge in 2003

What Cheer Opera House and Keokuk County Freedom Rock

201 Barnes Street, What Cheer, Iowa

For information about the Opera House or to plan a visit, call 641-634-2080 9am to 4pm

Dumont Museum

20945 255th Street, Sigourney, Iowa 52591

Phone 641-622-2592

Open weekends May-October 10:00am to 5:00pm - Admission charge $8.00 adults/ $5.00, 8-12 yr./ $3.00 5-8 yrs./under free

Or by appointment

Lyle and Hell Dumont owners

Collections of tractors, dolls, toys, wagons, machine

To contact Dumont Museum by e-mail


Memorial Hall

Built in 1922 as a memorial to WWI Veterans

120 North Jefferson Street – Sigourney

What Cheer Brick School Museum

         303 S. Burlington Ave. What Cheer, Iowa