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The German American Heritage Center is housed in the restored Germania Haus/Miller Hotel, that was originally used by German immigrants during the 19th century and was built in 1862. The Center includes preserved documents and artifacts related to the role of German immigrants during the development of the Quad Cities. The Center features a museum, archives, and records repository.


Sunday12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Tuesday10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Wednesday10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Thursday10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Saturday10:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Upcoming Events

Witness to the Revolution ExhibitJoin us for this interesting traveling exhibit, "Witness to the Revolution: Accounts from Americans who were There"
GAHC Book DiscussionsJoin the GAHC at the Bettendorf Public Library for GAHC Book Discussions!
Kaffeeklatsch - Coffee & Sweets at GAHCJoin us once a month on Sunday for this informal gathering where coffee and sweets will be served.
Fascinating FaschingJoin us at the GAHC for "Fascinating Fasching" on Sunday, February 16th!
Power Frauen: German Women Who Dared to DreamVisit us for our new exhibit "Power Frauen: German Women Who Dared to Dream," open February 16-June 14.
Gardens of EuropeJoin us at the GAHC for "Gardens of Europe"
Opening Reception for "Power Frauen: German Women Join us at the GAHC for an opening reception for our new exhibit, "Power Frauen: German Women Who Dared to Dream"
Painting for a Purpose at the GAHCJoin us on Sunday, March 8th at 12pm for "Painting For A Purpose," a painting workshop with Beth Peters.

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