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Guest Information

Guest Information

We sincerely hope you enjoy your visit to Olde St. Ann's Church at Walnut Grove. For your comfort and safety we ask that wedding guests review these items.

  • The church is heated and/or air conditioned as needed.
  • The church and restrooms are handicapped accessible.
  • Feel free to print the map provided or write down the directions to Olde St. Ann's Church. Please do not come through Scott County Park, but to use old highway 61 (Scott Park Road). Our address is:
    Olde St. Ann's Church
    Walnut Grove Pioneer Village
    18817 290th Street,
    Scott County Park,
    Long Grove, Iowa 52756.
  • Please don't confuse Olde St. Ann's Church, with Olde St. Ann's Catholic Church. St. Ann's Catholic Church in Long Grove.
  • Parking on the sidewalk or grass is STRICTLY PROHIBITED! Wedding party or guests will be ticketed.
  • Parking on St. Ann's Road is not permitted, guests will be ticketed.
  • You are not permitted to throw anything at the bridal couple either inside or outside the Church, no rice, no birdseed, nothing. Bubbles outside the church are permitted.

Additional questions or concerns can be directed to the Site Coordinator at Pioneer Village at (563) 328-3283.

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