REVIVA Museum and Visitor Center


First used as a bank in the early 1900s, then as a post office until the 1960s and later purchased by the Peoples Bank of Iva, this two-story brick structure in downtown Iva is now home to the Revivia Museum and Visitors Center.

Among the most interesting exhibits inside the museum are the Sorenson's Arrowhead Collection, Suttles-Williams Rock and Gem Collection, and photos from yesteryear in Iva.

Just a short walk across the street is the town square, which includes a gazebo, fountain, monument to veterans, and a railroad mural.