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Hancock County Agriculture Museum and Pioneer Village
Collection of restored farm machinery, tools and related items used in farming during the 1800's and early 1900's.
Live demonstrations during county fair in mid-July.
Open during Britt Draft Horse Show, county fair and Hobo Days; also by appointment.
2210 Jewel Ave.
Hancock County Fairgrounds
Hobo history, pictures, artifacts, musical instruments and other items depicting Hobo history and the National Hobo Convention which has been held since 1900. Museum is located in the former Chief Theater.
8 am to noon
51 Main Ave S
Armstrong House Museum
The Armstrong House in Britt, Iowa is a large Victorian house built in 1896 at a cost of $15,000 for Lewis Larson. The builder was John Victoria who built many of Britt’s early large buildings, both residential and commercial. Mr. Larson, a Norwegian immigrant, eventually settled in Britt to become the president of the newly organized First National Bank.
Every Sunday from Memorial Weekend to Labor Day
1:30 to 4:00 pm OR by appointment
To arrange a tour or to rent the house ($50) for special events, call (641) 843-3282
266 2nd St SE
Hancock County Fairgrounds
The Hancock County Fairgrounds brings together the best of everything - entertainment, 4-H, food, music, contests, horse shows, racing and more! We truly have something for everyone.
Come and enjoy the experience of the Hancock County Fairgrounds, its people, its rural character and its great traditions. The Hancock County Fairgrounds has been an important part of our community, our youth, and our future.
Hancock County Speedway
Hancock County Speedway is a .4 mile dirt, semi-banked oval track located southeast of Britt, IA.
PIT GATES OPEN @ 5:00
GRANDSTAND OPENS @ 5:00
HOT LAPS @ 6:30 ~ RACING FOLLOWS
PIT PASS $25
GRAND STANDS $12
Draft Horse Show
The first Britt Draft Horse Show was held on Labor Day weekend, 1982, at the Hancock County Fairgrounds just south of town. It was organized when a group of local draft horse enthusiasts felt there was a need for this type of performance in the area.
Each year the show features eighteen of the finest draft horse hitches in North America, representing the very best of the Belgian, Percheron, Clydesdale and Shire performance horses. This unique event draws thousands of spectators, young and old alike, from all over the Midwest.
Family Aquatic Center
Opening Week Hours:
May 24-25 4:00pm-8:00pm
May 26 1:00pm-8:00pm
Monday - Friday 1:00pm-4:50pm & 6:00pm-8:00pm
**Supper Break/Adult Lap Swim/Swim Lessons/Puddle Jumpers 5:00pm-6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday 1:00pm-8:00pm