If you are looking for more information about John Wayne or Madison County, Iowa, heres some of our favorite places to visit:
The Madison County Chamber of Commerce
Lots of information about other area attractions, such as the covered bridges and The Bridges of Madison County film-related locations such as Roseman Covered Bridge, the Northside Cafe and more. Maps of the county and attractions are available.
The Madison County Historical Society
The Society maintains a complex with 14 original historic buildings located on 18 picturesque acres on the south edge of Winterset, Iowa, including an fascinating and extensive museum. The Society is dedicated to preserving a lasting record of a way of life of the people of Madison County.
TravelIowa, the Official Iowa Tourism website
Plenty of information on state-wide attractions and events, recreation, accommodations and much more.
Central Iowa Tourism
Find out more about the many wonderful attractions, dining, lodging and so much more right here in central Iowa. Be sure to check out the special offers. If youll be visiting the John Wayne Birthplace, be sure to make your trip even more fun!
The Internet Movie Database Listing for John Wayne
A complete listing of all Dukes films, with complete cast and crew information and much more!
Launched April 11, 2007, the official John Wayne site features an interactive biography with an interactive timeline, an extensive filmography with links to original movies trailers, pop-up trivia throughout, an online community forum, a news and events section, and on-air movie schedule.
The Official Un-official John Wayne message board, this is a long-established, vibrant online community of fans dedicated to the memory of John Wayne. Forum discussions of all aspects of Waynes film and life.
John Wayne Cancer Foundation
The Foundation was established in 1985 to advance the fight against cancer by supporting research, treatment and education. It funds various cancer research grants.
John Wayne Cancer Institute
Waynes eldest son Michael helped form an organization for cancer research and post-doctoral education after John Waynes death of stomach cancer in 1979. It is located in Santa Monica, California.
Pilar Wayne is the widow of John Wayne and a widely acclaimed artist, whose pieces are sought after the world over. See her incredible artwork depicting the journey of The Duke and more.
Maureen OHaras Official Website
The only website on the Internet endorsed by Ms. OHara Herself, the Maureen OHara Magazine features a treasure trove of information on one of John Waynes most popular leading ladies, including a biography and filmography, awards and honors, career highlights, features on John Wayne and Maureen OHara and much more!
Harry Carey Jr.s web site where you can watch his Tales From The Set video series about his life in the movies and growing up on the ranch and more.
American Cowboy Magazine
Based out of Boulder, Colorado, American Cowboy is a bold, adventurous publication that portrays the spirit of the West and appeals to the ever-growing number of Western enthusiasts.
True West Magazine
A publication devoted to preserving the American West. A bold, at time controversial, voice of American Western history, blending Old West facts with New West lifestyle.
The Tombstone Epitaph
The Old West’s most famous newspaper, published since 1880, produces a monthly edition that brings you the history of Tombstone and rich stories and illustrations of the Wild West.
The Old West Shop
John Wayne movie posters (western and non-westerns), collector plates, magazines, steins, sheet music, albums, statues, signed and numbered prints and more. Old West Shop, P.O. Box 5232-JW, Vienna, WV 26105. (304) 295-3143. Tell ’em the John Wayne Birthplace sent you!
Great American Adventures
Offering Old West and Victorian-type adventures on bus tours, steamboats, trains, and horseback.