Our Buildings 

Our  Collections

  1. The two story main building was originally the Simpson Hotel. It has also served as a furniture store, undertaker's establishment, cafe and carpenter shop.
  2. A two story barn holding large and small agricultural items.
  3. A building depicting manufacturing and banking history.
  4. An 1877 country church, moved to town, containing original furniture and fixtures.
  5. A one-room school that has been moved and restored.
  6. An open-faced machine shed containing large equipment of all types.
  7. A building containing part of a blacksmith's shop with a forge, anvil and various tools.

Within the complex you can view a variety of artifacts, such as flooring from an old school, photo albums, veterinary items and family items. In one of the rooms in the main building you will see an old post office setup, and items from a doctor's office, barber shop and beauty shop, as well as military memorabilia.


Upstairs, some of the rooms have been arranged to depict various rooms in an old house. The media room houses historical paper items.


The two story barn houses everything from tools and harnesses to machinery like corn shellers and cream separators.


You will also see a special exhibit of One-Minute Washer Company offices and products, as well as items from the Kellogg Savings Bank.

Kellogg Historical Museum

Seven Building Complex - Thousands of Artifacts & Memories

Hours

Memorial Day through Labor Day 

Weekdays 9 a.m - 4 p.m.

Sundays 1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.


Admission is by Donation

For more information call 641-526-3430, 641-526-3206 or 642-526-8792

Dedicated Volunteers and Donations make this museum possible.