(55 miles to Tassel Ridge Winery)


Bloomfield Speedway

Old-fashioned stock car racing—A&B Mods, Stock Cars, Hobby Stocks and 4-cylinders on 3/8 mile track.

Davis County Fairgrounds and Racetrack
Highway 2
Bloomfield, Iowa  52537


Davis County Courthouse

This is a unique 1877 French Renaissance architecture structure with mansard roof and graceful cupola courthouse in Bloomfield, Iowa. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974, the belfry tower houses the original 1876 Seth Thomas clock and the 1879 Meneely and Kimberly Bell. The courtroom features the original seats and bench which are still used today. The basement still contains the cells used by the county and city jails until 1973.

100 Courthouse Square
Bloomfield, Iowa 52537


Davis County Historical Society Complex

The Davis County Historical Society was incorporated in 1962. Since that time, the complex has grown to include five buildings: the two-story brick Findley home (which was built by Dr. Findley after his return from the Civil War and completed in 1867), the Mormon log cabin, the Livery Barn, the Wheeler Ridge School, and the Savannah Christian Church.

205 South Dodge Street
Bloomfield, Iowa 52537


Davis County Welcome Center

The Davis County Welcome Center is an official Iowa Welcome Center and was the first Welcome Center in Iowa. Located three blocks north of the Bloomfield Square on Highway 63, it is housed in a Sears and Roebuck catalog house. Staffed by volunteers, visitors may be directed to local sites of interest, restaurants, lodging, and area businesses, including Amish businesses. Local, regional, and statewide tourism information is available. There is also a gift shop, which includes hand-crafted items, Amish jams and jellies, and woven rugs.

301 North Washington Street (Highway 63)
Bloomfield, Iowa 52537


Yoder’s Kountry Korner

Large and authentic Amish store specializing in Amish furniture, quilts, harnesses, and other horse equipment. The items in this store, like those in the other businesses in the area, are made by the family members.

1050 Ice Ave.
Bloomfield, IA 52537
641.664.2545 (the Visitors Center as the Amish do not have phones)
Open on Saturday
No charge