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Marshalltown is a city and the country seat of Marshall County. Marshalltown has a total population of 27.552 residents according to the 2010 census. The history of the town goes back to 1851, when the town was first established. By the 1900s, many industries began to develop in Marshalltown, such as Fisher Controls, Lennox International and Marshalltown Company. Although it is quite a small city, Marshalltown has with many eclectic shops, restaurants for all types of taste, quality expectation and budgets. Downtown, there are many old fashioned boutiques and elegant hotels you can spend the night at. Marshalltown is an ideal holiday destination for those who want to spend their vacation or weekend getaways here.

Top Attractions Within Marshalltown

Collison's Golf Course is the ideal place to play some golf. This 18-hole golf course combines a variety of flat and hilly fairways. The golf course is fairly accessible for beginners and experts. The pro shop has all the necessary golf equipment you need for both men and women. provides all the amenities that make your stay here a pleasant one: restaurants, snack bars and restrooms. There is even a mini-golf course for children, where they too can have fun.

Elmwood Country Club is a wonderful place, where you can relax and at the same time enjoy a great game of golf. This 18-hole course has various water hazards that come into play on many holes, and some sand bunkers that make golfing a bit more difficult. Nevertheless, the venue also offers eating opportunities, as well as a bar, where you can enjoy a cold or hot beverage.

Marshalltown County Historical Society is the perfect place if you want to find out more information on the history, culture and civilization of Marshalltown. On the main floor features changing exhibits that use the large artifact collection of the museum. The exhibits here consist in photos, documents and newspaper articles, and even furniture from the past century.

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