Arts and Culture

The Marshalltown area is rich in both art and cultural treasures and opportunities such as:

Postwar impressionist art collection at Fisher Community Center.

All-Iowan Actors exhibit at IVCCD’s Orpheum Theater Center.

Mowry Irvine Mansion, home to the Historical Society of Marshall County.

One-room schoolhouse and working blacksmith shop.

Martha-Ellen Tye Playhouse, home to Marshalltown Community Theatre.

Marshalltown High School/Community Auditorium, home to Live On Stage – Marshalltown.

Echo, outdoor public art in the revitalized historic 13th Street District.

Downtown’s artsy pedestrian walkway.

Numerous sculpture collections including Christian Petersen’s final piece, “Dedication to the Future.”

Drills, outdoor public art at the renovated Marshalltown High School Roundhouse.

Iowa Funeral Home Museum and Education Center, the first Iowa facility of its kind and one of three in the nation.

A multitude of unique art centers, galleries, museums, preserved local historical sites and pottery/sculpture collections.

Live music year-round.