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Midwest Cornfield State

Lowa state is rich in agriculture due to the vast cornfields, farms and fertile grounds. Furthermore, there are quite a number of villages and towns which represents the Scandinavian, German and Dutch traditions. Rural area of this State is a natural charmer for the tourists because of the great peaks, lakes and State parks. The Lowa city is full of youthful experiences due to the University of Lowa and its lively student life. A traditional town Pella with its beautiful windmills, and scenic canals and mountains is a pride of their history. Another historic town of Decorah represents the Scandinavian heritage that also offers outdoor activities of cycling and hiking etc. The capital of Lowa is Downtown Des Moines known for Governor House, Supreme Court and Lowa House of Representatives. State Faire brings millions of tourists and visitors during the month of August in its huge agricultural expo. You can spent your best time in this multicultural state.

Awesome places to visit in Iowa

Adventureland Park

Adventureland Amusement Park contains over 100 rides, shows, and attractions including some of the country's most exciting roller coasters and thrill rides that can challenge the most avid amusement park enthusiasts. There are also plenty of rides for less adventurous guests including grea


Arnolds Park

Arnolds Park Amusement Park has an eclectic collection of rides and attractions that when taken as a whole represent family fun for kids of all ages. From the legendary wooden roller coaster, appropriately named the "Legend," to the Parks Marina-sponsored giant Ferris wheel, to Freddie the


Battle Hill Museum of Natural History & Discovery Cave

You will see such exhibits and displays as: Rocks, Fossils, Artifacts & Shells - Take a look at the geode, the State Rock of Iowa. Learn about our fossils, artifacts and our humongous 90,000 piece shell collection. Dioramas - Wildli


Blank Park Zoo

The Blank Park Zoo is home to over 800 species, including giraffes, sea lions and Himalayan snow leopards. The zoo boasts over 20 acres of park grounds, and features natural habitat sections like an Australian Walkabout and an African Boardwalk. Children can enjoy such activities as such a


Boone & Scenic Valley Railroad

One of the few railroad museums in the world where you can ride all three common forms of railroad motive power. (Diesel, Electric, and Steam). Beautiful, exciting 15 mile round trip (Wolf Train 22 mile) over two great bridges and through the Des Moines river valley.


Effigy Mounds National Monument

Before Europeans arrived, a unique American Indian "Effigy Mound" culture developed in the upper Midwest building thousands of earthen mounds in the shape of animals across the landscape. Today, over two-hundred mounds are preserved intact here; thirty-one are effigies in the shape of bear


Herbert Hoover National Historic Site

Herbert Hoover exemplified the ideal of individualism and the self-made man. His expertise as a mining engineer made him a millionaire by age 40. Having been raised in the Quaker traditions of humanity and generosity, Hoover then embarked on a course of public service for the rest of his l


Lost Island Waterpark

This jungle-themed park is centered around a Polynesian village and when it comes to family fun, Lost Island Waterpark has it all, from water slides to miniature golf, go-karts and much more.


Mt. Crescent Ski Resort

Mt. Crescent provides Midwest skiers with a variety of slopes to both fascinate new skiers and challenge experienced ones. Runs reaching up to 2,000 feet offer a 300-foot vertical drop, while the latest snowmaking equipment can cover it all with two to three feet of fine, well-packed snow.

Putnam Museum

The Putnam Museum and IMAX Theatre is a one-stop opportunity to explore the history and environments of the Mississippi River Valley and faraway places too! Home to over 160,000 artifacts and specimens, the Putnam Museum of History and Natural Science offers permanent and changing exhibits


Rathbun Lake

Rathbun Lake's 8 parks, 2 marinas, 11,000 acres of water and 21,000 acres provide space for outdoor recreation activities. Camping, sightseeing, fishing, boating, picnicking and hunting are favorite activities. Bald eagles, white-tailed deer, Canada geese, wild turkey, crappie, walleye, ch


Science Center of Iowa

Imagine. Experiment. Play! At the Science Center of Iowa, the experience is yours! From the inner workings of the human body to the outer reaches of the solar system, science surrounds you with dynamic live programs and hands-on interactive exhibits that will inspire the curiosity in us al


Seven Oaks

Seven Oaks has it all when it comes to winter fun. Snow Tubing - Imagine a slide that is over 1000 feet long with chutes made of snow to control the direction the tube will take you down the hill. It's all true at Seven Oaks. Our tubes have special canvas outer skins as well as straps that

Sundown Mountain

Sundown Mountain is big, beautiful and exciting. Countless skiers and riders return year after year to enjoy our slopes. It is the only Midwest resort granted the National Ski Area Association Award of Excellence. Our highest lift has a greater top to bottom vertical than all resorts in Il