Welcome to , a place to reminisce about your past. Browse through a 24,000 square foot museum featuring variety of collectibles for the entire family to enjoy:
over 100 beautifully restored tractors
horse drawn equipment
buggies and gas engines
toys, dolls, and dishes
our Roy Rogers memorabilia collection

The museum is the lifetime collection of Lyle & Helen Dumont of Sigourney, Iowa. It all began in 1994 with plans being made for a large new building located south of Sigourney, near the Dumont’s home that would ultimately enclose over 24,000 square feet of space. The Dumont’s Museum was formed with the goals of safely preserving their collection for this and future generations and making it available to the general public. is a handicapped-accessible building.

Our Newest Exhibit: Lionel Train Layout

Museum lobby has a 20X30 ft Lionel Train layout with a 6 foot mountain. 9-10 trains are running with hundreds of operating accessories, lighted buildings and cars. Fun for all ages. Museum usually holds an open house for the trains the second weekend of December every year. Built and operated by Lyle Dumont.

Hours: Saturday & Sunday May - October: 10 AM to 5 PM, or by appointment
Admission: $8.00
Address: 20545 255th St. Sigourney, Iowa
Directions: Dumont Museum is located on Hwy 149, 3 miles south & 1/8 mile west of Sigourney.

Phone: ( 641)-622-2592 or ( 641)-622-9937
E-mail: oliver@lisco.com

is a non-profit tax exempt corporation. All admissions and donations go into the operation and perpetuation of the facility.

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