Some popular destinations in Iowa include...
Des Moines, Iowa's capital city, is located in Central Iowa. Des
Moines offers visitors an exciting nightlife, theatre, ballet, symphony,
opera, comedy clubs, live music, historical places, fine restaurants and excellent
shopping opportunities. Places of interest include the capitol, the Des Moines
Art Center, the Center of Science and Industry, the Iowa Museum of Agriculture;
and the state fairgrounds.
Cedar Rapids is located in East Central Iowa. Cedar
Rapids, the second largest city in Iowa, is a city of rich history and diverse
culture. The people are friendly with a strong sense of pride and Midwestern
values. Cedar Rapids is a thriving area surrounded by the nation's richest farm
land. Approximately one-fourth of our residents are of Czech heritage. Midwestern
history is carefully preserved in our museum and historical attractions.
The Dubuque area is home to some of the
friendliest people you'll meet anywhere in the Midwest. Take in the beautiful
scenery, and enjoy the many interesting and exciting attractions throughout
the area. Mississippi River history and Victorian mansions carved into towering
limestone bluffs. Cruise on an authentic paddlewheeler.
Cedar Falls has become a popular
destination for visitors due to the city's warm and welcoming residents and
the wide variety of experiences to be enjoyed. Annual events, performing and
visual arts, permanent attractions, and year round outdoor recreation provide
guests to the area with a multitude of leisure activities. There are over thirty
miles of trails winding through our city just waiting for you to discover. Outdoor
activities such as biking, hiking, cross-country skiing and skating can be enjoyed
Iowa City is nestled in the heart
of the Midwest. It offers big-city amenities with a small-town hospitality feel.
Coralville Lake, located north of Iowa City, offers a multitude of recreational
activities including boating, swimming, fishing, and water-skiing.
The town of Pella is Dutch themed - from the canal,
Dutch architecture and 1850's windmill to the oldest of treasures. The annual
Tulip Time festival is a celebration of Pella's Dutch heritage. It features
tulip gardens, performances, crafters, music, food, Dutch costumes, and daily
parades.Experience a little bit of the Netherlands in the Heartland of the USA.