COME SPEND A DAY WITH THE DUTCH

You're invited to spend a day with the Dutch when you visit the Pella Historical Society and Museums. From displays of Pella's earliest years to unique gifts in our museum shop, you'll truly experience a touch of Holland on the prairie.

 

The story of 800 immigrants who founded a town on the prairie, the beauty of the costumes from their native Netherlands, the boyhood home of Wyatt Earp, thousands of tulips in an explosion of color, the tallest working windmill in the United States... You'll find it all here!

We promise that your day will be erg uitstekend!

In 2019, the Scholte House and the Boyhood Home of Wyatt Earp will be closed as part of a $2.5 million renovation and restoration campaign. But don't worry, there's still plenty to see and do!

Holiday Hours

  • Closed December 24 and 25

  • Last day of season: December 30

What's New at Pella Historical?

Sign up for Windmill Winterim!

Did you miss the 2019

Queen's Announcement Party?

Click here to watch online!

Thank you so much to all twelve girls for their commitment to our community.

Make a Date for Tea!

Maria's Tea Room, in the historic Scholte House, is open for teas now through December 31 by reservation.

Click here for more information.

Support Us!

Members receive FREE admission to the museum and museum events, discounted museum shop items and facility rentals... and much more!

SUPPORT US
To join online with credit card, use "Donate" button below.
VISIT

Vermeer Mill &
Historical Village

507 Franklin St.

Pella, Iowa 50219

Scholte House Museum &

Maria's Tea Room

728 Washington St.

Pella, Iowa 50219

Tulip Time Office

641-628-4311

Monday - Friday

9:00am - 5:00pm

 

Maria's Tea Room

641-628-1541

Monday - Saturday

Call for reservations.

 

All Museums Closed

on Sundays

 

Historical Village

641-620-9463

Monday - Friday
10:00am - 5:00pm

Vermeer Mill Tours:

10:30 am & 11:30 am

 1:30 pm  &  2:30 pm

Saturday
10:00am - 4:00pm

Vermeer Mill Tours:

10:30 am & 11:30 am 1:30 pm

MUSEUM HOURS

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