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Historic Dodge House, Council Bluffs
(4.3/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
The fourteen room, three story mansion stands on a high terrace overlooking the Missouri Valley and displays such architectural features as parquet floors, cherry, walnut, and butternut woodwork and a number of "modern" conveniences quite unusual for the period. The U.S. Department of the Interior designated the house a National Historic Landmark in 1961. Since 1964, a Board of Trustees has been restoring the home to the period of the general, 1869-1916, and it is now maintained as a house museum.
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  • Not only was the house elegant, with an excellent recorded tour to explain the furnishings, but learning about General Dodge's life and career was fascinating. Photography not allowed inside, but real...  more »
  • There is a lot of history with this place and is interesting to see all the artifacts on display. Worth seeing. 
  • I had never heard of this place before arriving in the Omaha area, but it's worth a stop if you're interested in history. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable, and the items in the home are mo...  more »
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  • This is an amazingly well preserved museum with great knowledgeable guides. If you want to learn a little about the people who shaped the Council Bluffs/ Omaha area see it first hand here.
  • Very cool if you like history. My 7 year old even liked it.
  • Great place to visit. But if you have any handicaps like needing a wheelchair you might find it hard to visit.
  • Went during railroad days and would highly recommend
  • Volunteers are very informative & kind!