Manning is a little German town plopped right in the middle of Iowa.
|Manning's authentic hausbarn from 1660.|
The result is a truly magnificent barn worthy of a trip to Manning (and a $6 admission fee) to see. In addition to the hausbarn, there’s also a 1910-ish historic farm site – the Leet/Hassler Farmstead – consisting of a Craftsman-style house, carriage house, barn, boar house, chicken house, and corncrib. All are in wonderful condition, and the park setting is shady and well maintained.