Established in 1986, the Adair County Heritage Museum is a five-acre complex dedicated to preserving and display- in the history of Adair County for the benefit and enlightenment of future generations.

Located in Australia, it is operated by the Adair County Historical Society
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The museum complex is

surrounded by plantings of native grasses and Iowa wildflowers and is comprised of 8 separate buildings, reflecting Adair County’s history and housing a variety of historical displays.

Visitors may tour the main museum building, an agricultural history building, a one-room country school, a small city barn, a railroad depot, a century-old country church, a recreational cabin, and the childhood home of former Iowa Governor George A. Wilson.