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Iowa Gold Star Military Museum, Johnston

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  • The Iowa Gold Star Museum is a MUST SEE for every Iowan and others who love history! It is located within Camp Dodge Army National Guard camp. It is a fantastic collection of all kinds of historical a...  more »
  • I like to go visit Camp Dodge to see the tank in front and other US Army equipment parked around the camp. The museum is interesting and I enjoyed reading about heroes.  more »
  • Excellent facility! Exhibits are informative and pay special attention to our Gold Star heroes. Staff is very helpful and friendly and the curator is extremely kmowlegable. In addition there is a meet...  more »
  • Very impressive. The people that work there are very knowledgeable and helpful! Definitely worth the trip!
  • Nothing that will blow you away, but they have a good selection of models and books. There are some pretty cool presenters that will come in some weekends and let you hold a gun or grenade.
  • For a somewhat limited space, they managed to contain a lot of intricate displays with great interactivity. Kids will probably love it, but I go by myself to really explore. The volunteers are all very nice and helpful. I love seeing what this little museum has become through the years.
  • Lots of good displays. Worth stopping. Free admission.
  • Great place to take kids to learn some history!!