Historic Buildings of Iowa

Episodes

EpisodeSeasonEpisode103

Explore the architecture, culture and history of the Old Capitol, Hancher Auditorium, Englert Theatre and Kinnick Stadium through a combination of indoor filming, drone cinematography and in-depth interviews.

EpisodeSeason1Episode102

Experience the architecture, culture and history intertwined throughout the buildings in Iowa's City of Five Seasons. 

EpisodeSeason1Episode101

Explore the history of the State Capitol, Terrace Hill, World Food Prize, Hoyt Sherman Place and Salisbury House.

Clips

ClipSeason1Episode102

Brucemore Mansion traces a multi-generational story alongside Iowa history including railroads, meatpacking, as well as steel and iron.

ClipSeason1Episode102

The Cedar Rapids Museum of Art houses the hometown work of iconic American artist, Grant Wood.

ClipSeason1Episode102

The historic Louis Sullivan bank building found along the Cedar River was built in the early 20th century.

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The National Czech and Slovak museum chronicles rich immigrant heritage.

ClipSeason1Episode102

The legendary Paramount Theatre began as a 1920s showcase for traveling performers, then a grand movie theater.

ClipSeason1Episode102

Resting on an island in the Cedar River, the Veteran's Memorial Building is a gathering place for generations of veterans and citizens.

About the Show

Explore the architecture, history and culture of some of Iowa's most iconic buildings.