Featured historical exhibits at the Orange City Dutch American Heritage Museum include Dutch costumes, a traditional Dutch living room and bedroom, tulip festival history, and early life in the Dutch kolonie. Learn about tragedies that befell the community and see Native American artifacts collected by a local veterinarian.
The newly remodeled museum Annex features a Marken-style exterior. Inside the Annex, you’ll see and learn about local men and women who served in military conflicts from the civil war to present day. The annex also features an old-time Barbershop.
While you visit the museum, be sure to tour the one-room schoolhouse and enjoy the beautiful perennial garden.
Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
120 3rd Street SW, across from the Sioux County Courthouse
Adult – $5.00
Youth (6-18) – $1.00
Child (5 and under) – Free
Private Guided Tour Dutch American Heritage Museum – $15 each (limited to 15 guests )
Reserve a spot for a personally guided tour before the museum opens to the public. See and learn about Dutch costumes. Hear Dutch immigrant stories. Take in the history of the Tulip Festival and how Orange City and Sioux County were settled. Please allow 1 hour for the tour. Get your tickets here: Private Tour Tickets