AAA Editor Notes
Pella Historical Village is at jct. E. First and Franklin sts. On the site are 24 buildings including a country store with historical artifacts, a log cabin, a replica of Pella's first church, a wooden shoe workshop, a smithy, a sod house and a woodworker's workshop. Other features include a library, a puppet theater, a Delft collection and a Dutch costume display.
The Vermeer Mill, a working reproduction 1850s Dutch grain mill, serves as an interpretive center. Highlights include a historical timeline of Pella and a miniature Dutch village. Wyatt Earp's boyhood home, within the village, is furnished in a style typical of the 1880s. Colorful flower gardens line the brick pathways that connect the buildings.
With the exception of service animals, pets are not permitted.
Guided tours are available.