Mason City offers several parks throughout the city as well as the MacNider Art Museum, the Mason City Public Library, Music Man Square and the world famous Frank Lloyd Wright Hotel.
MASON CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY
Mason City's Public Library is located at 225 2nd Street SE. Phone is (641) 421-3668. Mason City’s first library started in 1871 and was not a free public service but rather a subscription library.
In 1892, the city’s voters decided to levy a one mill tax on property to support a free public library. The earliest locations were on South Federal but in 1893 the library moved to East State Street. That building burned and the library then moved to a large house, originally owned by D.M. Tiffany, on East State Street. A few years later when money became available from local effort and the Carnegie foundation, the Tiffany house was demolished to make way for a new structure. Click Here for more ...
MacNider Art Museum
The MacNider Art Museum is located at 303 Second Street SE, Mason City, Iowa. Phone: (641) 421-3666. The Charles H. MacNider Museum is a non-profit, municipally owned institution conceived in 1964 and opened by 1966 in Mason City, Iowa.
The Museum exhibits and interprets a permanent collection of American art; temporary exhibitions of art; provides art classes for all ages; offers enriching arts programs; and maintains an art library. Click Here for more ...
Mason City Historical Sites
Music Man Square
The Music Man Square is located at 308 S Pennsylvania Ave. Mason City, Iowa. Phone is Toll Free: 866-228-6262.
Mason City's rich musical heritage inspired Meredith Willson to use his hometown as the setting for one of America's favorite musicals, The Music Man. So it seemed only natural to celebrate the life and music of Meredith Willson by developing this multi-million dollar complex adjoining his boyhood home, not only to honor him but to sustain the spirit of "River City, Iowa." Click Here for more ...
Parks and Recreation
Mason City Parks and Recreation: MasonCity.net
Mason City YMCA: MasonCityYMCA.org
North Iowa Band Festival: NIBandFest.com
North Iowa Fair: NorthIowaFair.org
Established in 1909, East Park is located on the east side of Mason City, containing 57.6 acres of magnificent parkland.
Two scenic waterways - the Winnebago River and Willow Creek - enhance the beauty of the park. The park has five shelter houses, a beautiful gazebo, a band shell and 369 parking spaces. Click Here for more ...
Georgia Hanford Park
Encompassing 59.73 acres of beautiful parkland, Georgia Hanford Park is located on the southeast side of Mason City.
The park was established in 1963. Mason Creek traverses the park creating two man-made ponds. Georgia Hanford Park has two main entrances, South Pennsylvania Avenue, and South Georgia Avenue.
For more on Mason City's Parks including Lester Milligan Park, Margaret MacNider Campgrounds, Frederick Hanford Park, Norris Youth Softball Complex, Parker's Woods, Central Park, Asbury Park, and MacNider Woods, please Click Here »
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