View our
special offers

Grinnell is a global destination for architects, art lovers, and outdoor enthusiasts. Though small in size, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Visit an exhibit at Faulconer Gallery or Grinnell College Museum of Art, tour the world-famous Jewel Box Bank, harvest some in-season produce, or simply lounge at the Periodic Table bar for a great trip in Grinnell.

Nearest Airport

Nearest Airport: Des Moines International Airport – 59.9mi/63 min

Hotel Address

925 Park Street, Grinnell

Iowa, United States 50112

Historic Hotels of America Recommended Points of Interest

  • Grinnell College

    Grinnell College

    Grinnell College is a private liberal arts college in Grinnell, Iowa, United States. It was founded in 1846 when a group of New England Congregationalists established the Trustees of Iowa College.

  • Grinnell Mutual Family Aquatic Center

    Grinnell Mutual Family Aquatic Center

    Offering swim lessons, a lap pool, a lazy river and water slides, The Grinnell Mutual Family Aquatic Center is fun for the whole family.

  • Levi P. Grinnell House

    Levi P. Grinnell House

    The Levi P. Grinnell House is a historic dwelling located in Grinnell, Iowa, United States. One of his cousin's was Josiah Bushnell Grinnell, a political and social activist who founded the town. He owned this property from 1857 to 1863, and had the house built about 1860.

  • Louis Sullivan Jewel Box Bank

    Louis Sullivan Jewel Box Bank

    The Merchants National Bank building is one of the eight Midwestern "jewel-box" banks designed by Louis Sullivan, legendary American architect and mentor of Frank Lloyd Wright.

  • Stewart Library

    Stewart Library

    The Stewart Building, formerly home to Stewart Library and current home to the Grinnell Area Arts Council, is a historic building located in Grinnell, Iowa.

  • The Benjamin J. And Mabel T. Ricker House

    The Benjamin J. and Mabel T. Ricker House

    The B.J. Ricker House is a historic dwelling located in Grinnell, Iowa, United States. The significance of this house is that it is an early example of "Prarie School of Architecture" by Walter Burley Griffin.