Montgomery County - 2 Attractions You Must Visit


About Montgomery County

Nestled in the scenic countryside of southwestern Iowa, Montgomery County beckons visitors with its rich history, natural beauty, and small-town charm. From outdoor adventures to cultural experiences and historical landmarks, Montgomery County offers a diverse array of attractions and activities for travelers seeking an authentic Midwest experience.

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List of Attractions in Montgomery County

Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Depot (Red Oak, Iowa)

Chicago, Burlington Northern and Quincy Depot, also known as the Red Oak Burlington Northern Depot and WWII Memorial Museum, is a historic train depot located in Red Oak, Iowa, United States. The city of Red Oak was established by the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad as Red Oak Junction. That railroad was acquired by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, and they laid out a new right-of-way in southwest Iowa in the late 19th century to lessen the grade.

Josiah B. and Sara Moore House

Josiah B. and Sara Moore House

Iconic Buildings

Old Ruins

The Josiah B. and Sara Moore House is a house in Villisca, Iowa, United States. The house was the site of the 1912 brutal murder of eight people, including six children. A documentary has been made about the murder, which remains unsolved. The house was renovated in the 1990s and serves as the Villisca Axe Murder House.

Map of attractions in Montgomery County


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