Keokuk County Landmarks

Keokuk County IA. EZ's

Lewis Memorial Fountain

Town Square of Sigourney

Dedication in 1940 – in memory of Ethel Beatrix

Operational May thru September

Spectacular, rotating light show

County Historical Society

402 E. Elm Street – Sigourney

Phone 641-622-3005

Open Wed & Thurs 9 am – 4 pm

Group tours by appointment

Historical Society Museum

402 E. Elm Street – Sigourney

Phone 641-622-3005

The Stone House

321 N. Shuffleton Street – Sigourney

Built in 1855-the oldest house in Sigourney

Phone 641-622-3005

Keokuk County Courthouse

201 S. Main, Sigourney Square

Built in 1910

4 murals painted by C.E. Rang of Chicago in 1912

Phone 641-622-2320


St. Peter and Paul’s Catholic Church

3 Miles south on Hwy 92 on 330th Ave.

Phone 319-461-3281 – Michael Berg

Built in 1989

Vernacular Architecture/Victorian Gothic style

Keota Historical Museum

109 E. Washington Street – Keota

Phone 641-636-3850


Lancaster School

Located on County Road V5G SE of Sigourney

One room School Built in 1881

641-622-2031 – George House

Delta Covered Bridge Replica

In Delta on Hwy 21

Arson burned this Bridge in 2003

What Cheer Opera House

Built in 1893 – still in use and features well-know entertainers

Dumont Museum

3 Miles South of Sigourney on Hwy 149

Phone 641-622-9937

Open weekends May-October 10:00am to 5:00pm

Or by appointment

Lyle and Hell Dumont owners

Collections of tractors, dolls, toys, wagons, machinery-

Roy Roger memorabilia and operating Lionel Train Layout


Memorial Hall

Built in 1922 as a memorial to WWI Veterans

120 North Jefferson Street – Sigourney