Discover Fun Facts
Download and print these activity sheets for your next trip to Brucemore! Discover new information about the history of the buildings, the diversity of plants blooming around the estate, or the wildlife seen at the property.
Butterflies of Iowa
Butterflies are attracted to different types of plants. Having a wide variety of flowers in your garden encourages many butterfly species to visit. What butterflies can you find in the Brucemore gardens?
All About Queen Anne Architecture
The Mansion is the centerpiece of the estate. The distinct Victorian Queen Anne architectural style was very popular among the late-nineteenth-century wealthy. Find the features that make this building Queen Anne.
Brucemore’s gardens are filled with trees and other plants that provide shelter and food for wildlife as well as shade for visitors. Explore the grounds to see what kinds of trees you can identify.
Children’s Landscape Map
Match the clues to historic locations on the Brucemore map.
Leo’s Word Search
Help Leo the Lion find words that are important to Brucemore history!
Have fun - and don't forget to check the Lord & Burnham Greenhouse for new and seasonal activity sheets when you visit the Brucemore estate!