Brucemore is a landmark home, owned by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, that charts the history of Cedar Rapids. 

The 26-acre, park-like estate invites exploration of its history, gardens, grounds, and 21-room mansion.  The Queen Anne architecture, 1925 Grant Wood Sleeping Porch, 1929 Skinner player pipe organ, and 1930s Grizzly Bar and Tahitian Room reflect the vibrant history of remarkable people.

Concerts, theater, festivals, garden walks, holiday celebrations, and tours are featured at the site.