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Stockman House Museum, Mason City

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Historic Site · Tourist Spot
The Robert E. McCoy Architectural Interpretive Center (AIC), located at 520 1st St. NE, Mason City, Iowa.

Open May through October.

AIC offers a spacious lobby,

a photo exhibit of Mason City's Prairie School Homes in Rock Crest / Rock Glen;

public rest rooms; a popular Gift Shop; and a rentable meeting room/auditorium, as well as limited parking.

STOCKMAN HOUSE REGULAR TOUR SEASON:

MON, TUE and WED - 10 am and 11 am tours

THU, FRI and SAT - 10 am, 11 am, 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm

SUN - 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm

*** $10 (Adults); $5 (Child - 6-17 yrs. old)

STOCKMAN HOUSE TOURS begin at the Architectural Interpretive Center (AIC), located next to and just north of the

Stockman House, and will include a short complimentary video on the history, the visionaries, and the architects

responsible for the Prairie School presence in Mason City. The video is shown in the AIC auditorium

The AIC is open coinciding with the Stockman House regular tour schedule - opens 15 mins. before 1st tour of the day and closes 15 mins. after the last tour begins.

For more information (small group, large group and Off-Season [NOV - APR] tours),

please go to www.stockmanhouse.org.

Call (641) 423-1923 for more information
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  • Wonderful Prairie Style home. Carefully preserved by dedicated staff and docents. We had our own tour with our masks on, so everything was safe and comfortable. Our docent provided a great deal...  more »
  • We loved our tour! Guide was so informative and well versed in Frank Lloyd Wright lore. We saw the ground floor of house - top floor had some restoration going on. Museum next door had informative....  more »
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  • The new models on display are awesome and the gift shop has a lot of great items. And of course the house... the tours are definitely worth it!
  • Wonderful historical restoration of a Frank Lloyd Wright designed home.

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