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Iowa Hall of Pride Museum to Close, Transition to Online Platform


Photo: Iowa Hall of Pride Facebook Page

(Des Moines, IA) -- The Iowa Hall of Pride is closing its physical location in downtown Des Moines and moving online.

The Iowa High School Athletic Association says the Hall of Pride's physical museum's last day open to the public will be June 30th, after which its content will become exclusively available online. IHSAA says the site's content will continue to grow. The IHSAA says the Iowa Hall of Pride averaged around 800 a visitors per month from 2015 to 2020, but since the pandemic, that number has dropped to about 250. The IHSAA website averages a million viewers per month. The Iowa Hall of Pride museum first opened at the Iowa Events Center in 2005.

The museum's growing content will be available through the IHSAA's new website, Achieve.


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