A little about Walnut
Walnut features one of the finest collections of antique dealers in the Midwest. Come visit and see why we are known as Iowa's Antique City.
The history of Walnut
Originally known as Walnut Creek Station, the town of Walnut was incorporated in 1871. Walnut has gwon and evolved over the time since servicing the agricultural land that surrounds it to becoming the official Iowa â€œAntique Cityâ€ by the governor in 1987. Much of the original architecture and brick paved streets still exist in Walnut and visitors can visit the dozens of antique shops, boutiques and restaurants. Walnut has been featured in national broadcasts and is known for its nationally attended antique shows. As a small community, Walnut treasures every visitor and does whatever it can to make their stay in Walnut a special one.
Phone: (712) 784-3443
229 Antique City Drive
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Businesses in Walnut, Iowa
Here is a collection of local Walnut, Iowa businesses. Clicking on the thumbnail image, or the blue "View Member" will take you to that businesses page. We've included some jump links so that you can easily navigate to different categories of businesses. Those, can be found directly below as icons. Or, there is a list of categories in the menu bar.
Prairie Rose State Park
Museums / Attractions
Campsites with electrical hook-ups and modern facilities.
Aunt B's Kitchen
We do what we do very well, homecooking like you remember it.
Granary Antique Mall
We bring specialty antique dealers together under one roof.
Heart of Country Antiques
We specialize in antiques that were used, handmade and primitive.