Membership Directory

Travel by Communities

Search the Eastern Iowa Tourism Association’s membership by topic, city or region. You’re sure to find something surprising and wonderful to explore!

  • A Corner to Fill

    300 Potter Drive
    Bellevue, IA 52031
    563-872-3838

    Enjoy coffee and southern treats while shopping this unique art gallery and gift shop featuring original works by regional artisans in an 1843 grist mill.

  • Ackerman Winery

    4406 220th Trail
    Amana, IA 52040
    319-622-3379

    Iowa’s oldest operating winery (est. 1956) recognized nationally for award-winning fruit wines. Complimentary samples daily. Visit our gift shop and History of Amana Winemaking display.

  • Allamakee County

    Allamakee County Economic Development & Tourism
    101 West Main Street
    Waukon, IA 52172
    563-568-2624

    We’ve got Effigy Mounds National Monument (200+ Mounds), Yellow River State Forest (9,000 acres), Driftless Area Scenic Byway and the Great River Road — 36.2 miles of Wow! New Driftless Area Education and Visitor Center is open just south of Lansing. You’ll love the view! Voted #1 most scenic byway by Scenic Resources.

  • Allamakee County Conservation Board

    1944 Columbus Road
    Lansing, IA 52151
    563-538-0400

    Visit the new Allamakee County Conservation Board’s Driftless Area Education and Visitor Center to learn about the fascinating features of the Driftless Area.

  • Allamakee County Economic Development & Tourism

    101 West Main Street
    Waukon, IA 52172
    563-568-2624

    Visit Effigy Mounds National Monument, Yellow River State Forest, Driftless Area Scenic Byway, and Great River Road. New Driftless Area Education & Visitor Center open just south of Lansing.

  • Amana Colonies Convention & Visitors Bureau

    622 46th Avenue
    Amana, IA 52203
    319-622-7622

    Amid the lush Iowa farmland you’ll find the Amana Colonies, a National Historic Landmark, offering a unique German culture, museums, handcrafted products, great food, wine, and beers. Nearby Williamsburg is a shopper’s paradise, home to Tanger Outlet Mall’s over 50 national stores. Experience Iowa County, the heartland at its best.

  • AmericInn of Anamosa

    101 Harley Avenue
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    319-462-4119

    Complimentary hot breakfast, internet, guest laundry, indoor pool, whirlpool, fitness center, business center, meeting room. Whirlpool suites. Beer and wine pub.  Located on Hwy. 151.

  • Anamosa State Penitentiary Museum

    PO Box 144
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    319-462-2386

    Located adjacent to one of Iowa’s largest prisons, the museum interprets the history of this unique 147-year old historic site, including current interior images.

  • Ardon Creek Vineyard & Winery, LLC

    2391 Independence Avenue
    Letts, IA 52754
    563-506-8044

    Vineyard and winery on 160-year old family farm with rich Irish heritage. Tasting room, music events, and award-winning wines. Near Muscatine and Letts.

  • Barn Happy

    11310 University Avenue
    Cedar Falls, IA 50613

    Remodeled dairy barn full of homemade pastries, lunch, coffee, Iowa-made gifts, and antiques in the loft. Truly an Iowa experience!

  • Bellevue Area Chamber Of Commerce

    210 North Riverview
    PO Box 12
    Bellevue, IA 52031
    563-872-5830

    Located on the Great River Road, with beautiful Bellevue State Park, Lock & Dam 12, and a vibrant downtown, Bellevue is a popular year-round destination.

  • Belmont Hill Victorian B & B

    1525 Cherokee Drive NW
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52405
    319-366-1343

    1880 National Historic Register estate. Awarded Trip-Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence. Elegant carriage house guestrooms, private baths, corporate amenities, gourmet breakfast, beautiful grounds. Quiet, gracious atmosphere.

  • Benton County

    Benton County
    111 East 4th Street
    Vinton, IA 52349
    319-472-5545

    Welcome! We invite you to experience history and create memories at Benton County’s historical sites, buildings, and homes. Enjoy golf courses, speedway with racing every Sunday, community events, diverse restaurants, craft and antique shops. Tour attractions; enjoy nature trails and outdoor adventures in our beautiful parks.

  • Bentonsport National Historic District

    21964 Hawk Drive
    Keosauqua, IA 52565
    319-592-3579

    Stroll our scenic historic district situated on the Des Moines riverfront.  Visit artist studios, a quilt shop, art galleries, antique stores, a fudge shop, museums, and stay at local B&Bs.  

  • Black Hawk County

    Black Hawk County
    , IA

    CEDAR FALLS TOURISM & VISITORS BUREAU
    6510 Hudson Rd. l Cedar Falls, 50613
    800-845-1955 l cedarfallstourism.org

    EXPERIENCE WATERLOO
    500 Jefferson St. l Waterloo, 50701
    800-728-8431 l experiencewaterloo.com
    Visit festivals: My Waterloo Days, Sturgis Falls/Cedar Basin Jazz Festival, Iowa Irish Fest, Cedar Trails Festival. Visit attractions: Galleria de Paco, UNI-Dome, Cedar Falls Downtown, Ice House Museum, Grout Museum District, Phelps Youth Pavilion, Isle Casino Hotel, Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center, Lost Island Waterpark, and 106 miles of recreational trails.

  • Bossen Implement, Inc.

    300 Washburn Avenue
    Hwy 187 South
    Lamont, IA 50650
    563-924-2880

    Farm toys for everyone. Sandbox toys and collector models. Decals for all toys. John Deere, Case International, Allis Chalmers, Minneapolis-Moline, Oliver, Farmall, and more.

  • Breitbach's Country Dining

    563 Balltown Road
    Balltown, IA 52073
    563-552-2220

    Iowa’s oldest bar and restaurant, open since 1852. Family-owned and operated since 1863. Balltown has the finest view along the Mississippi.

  • Bremer County

    415 East Bremer Avenue
    Waverly, IA 50677
    319-352-4526

    Welcome to Bremer County, where you can enjoy an array of attractions, unique shopping, and restaurants with home-cooked cuisine. Relax in one of four campgrounds or enjoy recreating on the rivers and over 9,000 acres of public lands. Home of Wartburg College, the Bremer County Historical Museum and horse sale.

  • Bremer County Conservation Board

    1104 South Main Street
    Tripoli, IA 50676
    319-882-4742

    28 areas with over 4,300 acres to hunt, fish, canoe, camp, hike, bike, and enjoy nature; hard trails, soft trails, water trails, and educational programs.

  • Brucemore

    2160 Linden Drive SE
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52403
    319-362-7375

    This living landmark charts the history of Eastern Iowa.  Nonprofit preserves and shares the estate through collaborative programming that inspires those who visit.

  • Buchanan County

    Buchanan County Tourism
    1111 5th Avenue NE
    Independence, IA 50644
    319-334-3439

    BUCHANAN COUNTY TOURISM
    Visitor Center at the Illinois Central Depot
    1111 5th Ave. N.E. l Independence, Iowa 50644
    319-334-3439 l travelbuchanan.com
    Located along the Hwy. 20 corridor. We offer many parks/trails, events, museums, camping, and historical sites. A range of diverse and distinctive experiences. Come visit Heartland Acres Agribition Center, Wapsipinicon Mill, Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Amish community, and Cedar Rock State Park, site of a Frank Lloyd Wright house.

  • Buchanan County Conservation Board

    1883 125th Street
    Hazleton, IA 50641
    319-636-2617

    Enjoy camping, cabins, disc golf, canoeing and kayaking, fishing, trails, hunting, and more! Learn about nature through programs and exhibits at Fontana Park Nature Center.

  • Buchanan County Historical Society

    PO Box 321
    Independence, IA 50644
    319-334-4506

    Explore the many sites and structures of Buchanan County, and our array of events. You can’t miss the six-story structure of the Wapsipinicon Mill.

  • Buchanan County Tourism

    1111 5th Avenue NE
    Independence, IA 50644
    319-334-3439

    Visit Buchanan County on Historic US Hwy. 20 to enjoy history and heritage sites, land and water trails, parks and outdoor recreation, festivals and fairs!

  • Buffalo Bill Museum

    199 North Front Street
    LeClaire, IA 52753
    563-289-5580

    Museum on the Mississippi contains artifacts from Buffalo Bill, riverboat pilots, Sauk & Fox Indians, pioneer life, and the last wooden-hulled steamboat, the Lone Star Steamer.

  • Burlington Trailways/Trailways Travel

    3211 Division Street
    Burlington, IA 52601
    319-753-2864

    Burlington Trailways offers travel opportunities throughout the U.S. and Canada and internationally, as well as a full-service travel tour and charter motorcoach company.

  • Calkins Square

    104 East Main
    Wyoming, IA 52362
    563-488-3970

    Step back in time at Calkins Square. View the doctor’s office and home containing original items used by three generations. Tours by appointment.

  • Camp Courageous of Iowa

    12007 190th Street
    PO Box 418
    Monticello, IA 52310
    319-465-5916

    Camp Courageous is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with special needs. Over 7,000 campers served. Supported by donations.

  • Casino Queen Marquette

    100 Anti Monopoly Street
    Marquette, IA 52158
    563-873-3531

    Casino on the Mississippi River features slots, table games and video poker. Dining choices include buffet and deli. Banquet and special event space available.

  • Cedar County

    Cedar County Economic Development
    218 West 5th Street
    Tipton, IA 52772
    563-886-3761

    Come home to Cedar County, conveniently located on I-80 and highways 30 and 38. Our picturesque communities offer small-town hospitality, festivals, many Victorian homes, historic buildings, a courthouse square, gazebo, Grant Wood murals, restored Underground Railroad house, museums, Hoover Presidential Library, antiques, shops, food, and lodging.  We’re worth the stop.

  • Cedar Falls Tourism & Visitors Bureau

    6510 Hudson Road
    Cedar Falls, IA 50613
    800-845-1955

    106+ miles of hard-surfaced trails, a nationally recognized historic downtown, the University of Northern Iowa, and exciting festivals and events await you in Cedar Falls.

  • Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

    410 3rd Avenue SE
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
    319-366-7503

    Experience an ever-changing selection of the museum’s 7,000 works, including the world’s largest collection by region artist Grant Wood, and the best in traveling exhibitions.

  • Cedar Rapids Tourism Office

    370 1st Avenue
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
    319-731-4557

    Culturally rich metro with historical small towns balanced by miles of trails, parks, and rural beauty. Family-friendly activities year round, including Chalk the Walk, Arts Fest, and the Cedar Rapids Downtown Farmers Market. Experience new amphitheatres, National Czech & Slovak Museum, new convention center, and a vibrant NewBo historical district.

  • Celebration River Cruises

    2501 River Drive
    Moline, IL 61265
    800-297-0034

    Cruise the Mississippi River aboard the largest nongaming riverboat on the Upper Mississippi. Fabulous meals, entertainment, and many cruise options from Moline/Quad Cities and Dubuque, Iowa.

  • Chickasaw County

    Chickasaw County Tourism
    15 W. Main Street
    New Hampton, IA 50659
    641-435-4187

    CHICKASAW COUNTY TOURISM
    15 W. Main St. l New Hampton, 50659
    641-394-2021 l chickasawtourism.com
    Welcome to the Gateway to Northeast Iowa. Visit the historic Little Brown Church, Carnegie Cultural Center, and a buffalo ranch. Unique bed-and-breakfasts, vineyard and winery, great food, antiques, art gallery. Experience Cedar Lake, Twin Ponds, boating, camping, fishing, water skiing, golf, snowmobiling. Great festivals, motorcycle rally, chuckwagon races.

  • Chickasaw County Tourism

    15 West Main Street
    New Hampton, IA 50659
    641-394-2021

    Gateway to Northeast Iowa. Enjoy many beautiful parks, camping, fishing, golf, and the Carnegie Cultural Center. Unique bed-and-breakfasts, quilt shops, dining, lodging, and much more.

  • City of Columbus Junction

    232 Second Street
    Columbus Junction, IA 52738
    319-728-7971

    Historic Swinging Bridge, international stores and restaurants, vibrant downtown, Louisa County Fairgrounds, and home to Bug Soother. Discover a new world — explore Columbus Junction!

  • City of Coralville

    1512 7th Street
    PO Box 5127
    Coralville, IA 52241
    319-248-1700

    Enjoy Coralville! Visit the Iowa Firefighters Memorial, museums, and Iowa River Landing, home to the Coralville Marriott and more. Festivals, shopping, trails, and hospitality await.

  • Clayton County

    Clayton County Development Group
    200 East Bridge Street
    Elkader, IA 52043
    563-245-2201

    Relax and enjoy scenic northeast Iowa. We’re bordered on the east by the Mississippi River, along rolling hills and limestone bluffs. Four seasons of outdoor excitement await your arrival, with boating, hiking, hunting, fishing, and more. Enjoy historical and entertainment districts, shopping, gaming, scenic byways, and State of Iowa-recognized “Great Places” for relaxation.

  • Clayton County Conservation & Welcome Center

    29862 Osborne Road
    Elkader, IA 52043
    563-245-1516

    Six miles south of Elkader on Hwy. 13. Visitor information and gift shop plus indoor and outdoor nature exhibits, walking trails, picnicking, and fishing.

  • Clayton County Development Group

    200 East Bridge Street
    Elkader, IA 52043
    563-245-2201

    Relax and enjoy festivals and attractions in the historical communities of Clayton County. Experience Northeast Iowa landmarks along scenic byways and the Great River Road.

  • Clinton Convention & Visitors Bureau

    721 South 2nd Street
    Clinton, IA 52733
    563-242-5702

    Clinton’s walkable riverfront experience along the Mississippi River includes tennis, biking, walking,
    swimming, dining, LumberKing Baseball, and more, all with a beautiful river view.

  • Clinton County

    Clinton Convention & Visitors Bureau
    721 South 2nd Street
    Clinton, IA 52732
    563-242-5702

    Come to Clinton County and you’ll find a community with a rich heritage of tradition and culture. Enjoy live theatre, gaming, minor league baseball, arboretum, historical museums and buildings, and biking and nature trails along the scenic Mississippi River. Also take part in many festivals and annual events.

  • Clinton County Historical Society

    601 South 1st Street
    Clinton, IA 52732
    563-242-1201

    Preserving the past for the future — a museum and library established to preserve the history of Clinton County.

  • Cobblestone Inn & Suites - Fort Madison

    4901 Avenue O
    Fort Madison, IA 52627
    319-246-1401

    Experience Elevated Comfort, cleanliness and customer service. Complimentary hot breakfast and Wi-Fi. Every room features a microwave, mini fridge, Keurig coffee brewer and 50-inch TV.

  • Cobblestone Inn & Suites - Monticello

    218 Welter Drive
    Monticello, IA 52310
    319-465-3036

    Enjoy big-city quality and small-town values just off Hwy 151. Free hot breakfast, free wi-fi, smoke-free facility, microwaves, mini-fridges and Keurig coffeemakers.

  • Comfort Inn Dyersville

    527 16th Avenue SE
    Dyersville, IA 52040
    563-875-7700

    Indoor pool, whirlpool, meeting room, exercise room, free hot breakfast. Near Field of Dreams, National Farm Toy Museum, and more. Newly remodeled rooms.

  • Community Main Street Downtown Cedar Falls

    310 East 4th Street
    Cedar Falls, IA 50613
    319-277-0213

    Shop, play, and dine in downtown Cedar Falls. More than 50 locally owned specialty shops, unique dining experiences, exciting entertainment, and cultural attractions. Fun happens here!

  • Country Inn & Suites

    2910 South Main
    Cedar Falls, IA 50613

    Walking distance to University of Northern Iowa and just minutes from downtown Cedar Falls. Free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, fitness center, indoor pool, meeting facilities, free parking.

  • Country Junction Restaurant

    913 15th Avenue SE
    Dyersville, IA 52040
    563-875-7055

    Visit us at Country Junction, where food is fixed the old-fashioned way, our pies are made fresh daily, and produce is locally grown.

  • Cresco Motel

    620 2nd Avenue SE
    Cresco, IA 52136
    563-547-2240

    AAA-rated, wireless internet, handicapped accessible, cable TV/HBO, A/C, nonsmoking rooms. Access to recreational trails. Three-bedroom units. Free calls everywhere.

  • Crystal Lake Cave

    6684 Crystal Lake Cave Road
    Dubuque, IA 52003
    563-556-6451

    Greatest show under earth: a guided tour through more than 3,000 feet of nature’s majestic crystalline beauty. Midwest’s longest natural living cave. Open May – Oct. New attraction: gem mining sluice.

  • Czech Cottage

    100 16th Avenue SW
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
    319-366-4937

    Open since 1975. Beautiful gifts, fashionable jewelry, glassware, crystal, and more, from the Czech Republic and around the world.

  • Czech Village/New Bohemia Main Street District

    329 10th Avenue SE, Suite 123
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
    319-432-9785

    Mindful of its past while inventing a bright future, the district hosts performing arts venues, cutting-edge visual artists, world-class museums, culinary pleasures, and lively nightlife.

  • Delaware County

    Delaware County Tourism
    200 East Main Street
    Manchester, IA 52057
    563-929-6637

    Visit Delaware County to find an adventure full of engaging opportunities waiting for you! Experience Iowa’s largest whitewater park, Kendrick Forest Products tours, unique shopping destinations, Backbone State Park, Delaware County Historical Museum, Amish communities, 2,200 acres of parks and camping. Let us make your adventure happen.

  • Delaware County Historical Society

    101 College Street NE
    Hopkinton, IA 52237
    563-926-2639

    National Historic Register Site with nine buildings at Lenox College. Depot, school, natural history displays,
    church, Civil War Monument and history, butterfly garden on the Iowa Scenic Byway.

  • Delmar Depot Railroad Museum

    100 Railroad Street
    Delmar, IA 52037
    563-212-2364

    Walk through the museum doors and step into the Golden Age of railroading. The Museum is also within walking distance of our splash pad.

  • Des Moines County

    Greater Burlington CVB
    610 North 4th Street, Suite 200
    Burlington, IA 52601
    319-752-6365

    Located along the Mighty Mississippi River, Des Moines County is rich in history and full of exciting attractions. Include stops at the PZAZZ! Entertainment Complex, Burlington Bees baseball, Big Hollow Recreation Area and so much more. Don’t forget Snake Alley, named “Unbelievably Crooked” by Ripley’s
    Believe It Or Not.

  • DeWitt Chamber & Development Company

    1010 6th Avenue
    DeWitt, IA 52742
    563-659-8500

    DeWitt delivers! Explore the home of artist John Bloom, the German Hausbarn Museum, and the
    walkable downtown district filled with quaint shops and delicious restaurants.

  • Dubuque Arboretum & Botanical Gardens

    3800 Arboretum Drive
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-556-2100

    The Dubuque Arboretum & Botanical Gardens in Marshall Park is a 57-acre living museum developed
    and maintained by dedicated volunteeers. Open 365 days a year.

  • Dubuque County

    Travel Dubuque
    300 Main Street
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-845-7698

    Explore the land that Iowa settlers once discovered.  With the mighty Mississippi in our backyard and
    history around every corner, Dubuque is #WhereIowaStarted.

  • Dubuque County Conservation/Swiss Valley Nature Center

    13606 Swiss Valley Road
    Peosta, IA 52068
    563-556-6745

    Explore the many wonders this driftless region provides, including premier trout fishing, camping,
    cycling, hiking, and golfing. Our diverse parks offer something for everyone.

  • Dubuque Museum of Art

    701 Locust Street
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-557-1851

    Featuring one of the largest collections of Grant Wood art, along with premier exhibitions, programs,
    and classes. Open Tue. – Sun. Free admission on Thursdays.

  • Dutch Country Inn

    110 East Avenue
    Kalona, IA 52247
    319-656-3611

    At the Dutch Country Inn, your comfort is our priority.  We offer exceptionally clean rooms, a continental
    breakfast, and down-home hospitality.

  • Dyer-Botsford Historical House & Doll Museum

    331 1st Avenue East
    Dyersville, IA 52040
    563-875-2414

    See display of 2,000 dolls, handcarved circus, miniature castle, and goose-feather Christmas tree.
    Dyersville Area Historical Society’s genealogy department houses 25,000 obituaries.

  • Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce

    1100 16th Avenue Ct SE
    Dyersville, IA 52040
    563-875-2311

    Home of the Field of Dreams Movie Site, National Farm Toy Museum, Basilica, quaint shops,
    home-cooked meals, pie, and antiques. Let us set up your visit.

  • Eagles Landing Winery

    127 North Street
    Marquette, IA 52158
    563-873-1905

    Voted 2018 Winery of the Year. Sample award-winning wines in a breathtaking setting. Live music
    in the wine garden June – Oct. Visit the website for monthly events.

  • Eldridge - North Scott Chamber

    220 West Davenport Street
    Suite B
    Eldridge, IA 52748
    563-285-9965

    The North Scott area offers small-town living at its best. Enjoy weekend festivals, historical sites, and
    parks, all just minutes from the Quad Cities.

  • Experience Waterloo

    500 Jefferson Street
    Waterloo, IA 50701
    800-728-8431

    Create your experience in Waterloo! Explore our vibrant downtown district, Lost Island Waterpark,
    John Deere tours, 100+ miles of recreational trails, and more.

  • Fairfield Arts & Convention Center

    200 North Main Street
    Fairfield, IA 52556
    641-472-2000

    This beautiful facility promises a rich and diverse season of entertainment, music, comedy, theater,
    and dance performances. Stunning theater, flexible meeting spaces, gallery, and more.

  • Fairfield By Marriott

    2041 Highway 9
    Decorah, IA 52101
    563-382-8800

    Ideally located at the intersection of Hwy. 52 and Hwy. 9, minutes from Luther College and downtown
    Decorah and right on the Trout Run Bike Trail.

  • Fairfield Iowa CVB

    200 North Main Street
    Fairfield, IA 52556
    641-472-2828

    Recently named one of America’s best small towns, Fairfield is big on culture and creativity. Enjoy
    international cuisine, local artists, and the Sondheim Center shows.

  • Family Museum

    2900 Learning Campus Drive
    Bettendorf, IA 52722
    563-344-4106

    Operate a crane, shop for groceries, sort mail, and climb in a treehouse in this fun-filled, interactive
    children’s museum. Lots of drop-in programs.

  • Fayette County

    Fayette County Economic Development & Tourism
    101 North Vine Street
    West Union, IA 52175
    563-265-5248

    Fayette County is located in beautiful Northeast Iowa and offers an abundance of natural resources, recreational opportunities and unique locally owned businesses. The county’s small rural communities create the perfect setting to live, work, and play.

  • Fayette County Economic Development and Tourism

    101 North Vine Street
    West Union, IA 52175
    563-265-5248

    Fayette County is located in beautiful northeast Iowa and offers an abundance of natural resources,
    recreational opportunities and unique locally owned businesses. The county’s small rural
    communities create the perfect setting to live, work and play.

  • Field of Dreams Movie Site

    28995 Lansing Road
    Dyersville, IA 52040
    563-875-8404

    The original site where the movie was filmed.  Play ball, read the history, climb the bleachers, take
    home a souvenir. Free admission. Open daily, April – October.

  • Fireside Winery

    1755 P Avenue
    Marengo, IA 52301
    319-662-4222

    Delicious wine, knowledgeable and friendly staff, splendid views, and fun times await you at Fireside
    Winery. Close to Amana Colonies, I-80, and Outlets of Williamsburg.

  • Flatted Fifth Blues & BBQ at Potters Mill

    300 Potter Drive
    Bellevue, IA 52031
    563-872-3838

    The jazz and southern food of Bourbon Street meet the blues and BBQ of Beale Street in a beautifully
    restored 170-year-old grist mill.

  • Fort Madison, City of

    811 Avenue E
    PO Box 240
    Fort Madison, IA 52627
    319-372-7700

    Featuring Iowa’s War of 1812 Old Fort Madison, historic Iowa State Penitentiary, the Tri-State Rodeo,
    and our authentic Mexican Fiesta. Right here where Iowa began.

  • Four Mounds Inn & Conference Center

    4900 Peru Road
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-556-1908

    Overlooking the Mississippi River with three unique choices: 1908 Mission mansion, 1924 Colonial Revival
    home, and private cabin. Whole-house rental available. Delicious full breakfast.

  • Franklin Street Brewing Company

    116 South Franklin Street
    Manchester, IA 52057
    319-213-4488

    Enjoy a pint in Iowa’s oldest building that houses a craft brewery. Experience a variety of handcrafted
    ales at this neighborhood brewery and tap house.

  • Frontier Motel

    302 First Street
    Marquette, IA 52158
    563-873-3497

    On the Mississippi River in northeast Iowa next to Casino Queen and Marina. Fast, free wi-fi. Heated
    outdoor pool. Clean, comfortable and friendly! Ample parking.

  • Grand Harbor Resort & Waterpark

    350 Bell Street
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-690-4000

    The perfect spot for enjoying the beautiful Mississippi River. Enjoy Tony Roma’s for breakfast, lunch, and
    dinner, or slide into our 25,000-square-foot indoor waterpark.

  • Grant Wood Studio & Armstrong Visitor Center

    124 East Main Street
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    319-366-7503

    Tour the studio where Grant Wood lived and worked from 1924 to 1935 and painted his most famous
    works, including American Gothic. Free admission.  Open weekends April – December.

  • Grant Wood Studio & Armstrong Visitor Center

    810 2nd Avenue SE
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
    319-366-7503
  • Greater Burlington CVB

    610 North 4th Street, Suite 200
    Burlington, IA 52601
    319-752-6365

    Beautifully restored downtown, festivals, craft brew, bike trails, Snake Alley, and more. Start your
    adventure at the Port of Burlington Welcome Center on the Mississippi.

  • Grout Museum District

    503 South Street
    Waterloo, IA 50701
    319-234-6357

    Bluedorn Science Imaginarium, Grout Museum of History & Science, Rensselaer Russell House Museum,
    Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum. Something for everyone!

  • Guttenberg Chamber of Commerce

    323 S. River Park Drive
    PO Box 536
    Guttenberg, IA 52052-0536
    877-252-2323

    Experience life on the Mississippi! Explore historic downtown, shops, restaurants, museums, aquarium,
    winery, accommodations, and events. Visit for natural beauty, boating, fishing, and river tours.

  • Hansen's Dairy

    8461 Lincoln Road
    Hudson, IA 50643
    319-988-9834

    Family-owned. See how milk gets from our cows to your table. Milk cows, feed calves, pet kangaroos,
    and sample our products. Book tours online.

  • Heartland Acres Agribition Center

    2600 Swan Lake Boulevard
    Independence, IA 50644
    319-332-0123

    Explore agricultural exhibits from 1800s to present day. Hands-on exhibits, implements, tractors, classic
    cars, seasonal farm animals, and more educational fun. Buses welcome.

  • Henry County

    Henry County Tourism
    124 South Main Street
    Mount Pleasant, IA 52641
    319-385-3101

    Steeped in progressive historical achievements that define our vibrant culture and small-town values. Visitors enjoy history, recreation, and nature. We’re home to a regional university — Iowa Wesleyan — and
    America’s largest steam show, the Old Threshers Reunion. Henry County is a perennial destination for thousands, in the heart of the Midwest.

  • Henry County Conservation

    2593 Nature Center Drive
    Mount Pleasant, IA 52641
    319-986-5067 (Primary)
    319-986-5469 (Fax)
  • Henry County Tourism

    124 South Main Street
    Mount Pleasant, IA 52641
    319-385-3101
  • Herbert Hoover National Historic Site

    110 Parkside Drive
    West Branch, IA 52358
    319-643-2541

    The landscape and buildings of Herbert Hoover’s early years tell how family and community opened a world of opportunity to a child of simple beginnings.

  • Herbert Hoover Presidential Library & Museum

    210 Parkside Drive
    West Branch, IA 52358
    319-643-5301

    Experience the many sides of the only president born in Iowa, and see changing exhibits at the Hoover
    Museum — Iowa’s only presidential museum.

  • Holiday Inn Dubuque/Galena

    450 Main Street
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-556-2000

    On Main Street in the heart of downtown Dubuque.  All rooms renovated in 2018. Indoor pool and spa, free
    Wi-Fi, parking, and workout room. Pet-friendly.

  • Hotel Blackhawk

    200 East Third Street
    Davenport, IA 52801
    888-525-4455

    Hotel Blackhawk is now part of the Autograph Collection, a portfolio of world-class, independent boutique and luxury hotels.

  • Hotel Julien Dubuque

    200 Main Street
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-556-4200

    Historic luxury boutique hotel located on Main Street.  One block from casino, museums, shops. Caroline’s
    Restaurant, Potosa Spa, indoor pool, fitness center, meeting rooms.

  • Hotel Winneshiek

    104 East Water Street
    Decorah, IA 52101
    563-382-4164

    Situated in the heart of the city, the Hotel Winneshiek is unique in Decorah. Our warm welcome and
    passionate embrace of the community give the Winn a special quality of hospitality.

  • Howard County

    Howard County Economic Development
    101 2nd Avenue SW
    Cresco, IA 52136
    563-547-3434

    An outdoor enthusiast’s dream! Explore the Upper Iowa and Turkey rivers; hunt, fish, bike, snowmobile, and cross-country ski on our outstanding groomed trails. Experience Lake Hendricks, historic Lidtke Mill, Iowa’s largest prairie area, our impressive Rock Arch Rapids dam, and the boyhood home and farm of
    Dr. Norman Borlaug.

  • Howard County Business & Tourism

    101 2nd Avenue SW
    Cresco, IA 52136
    563-547-3434

    Discover the inspiring 40-foot Iowa Wrestling Hall of Fame mural signed by Dan Gable; the first
    stewardess, Ellen Church; and the home of Dr. Norman Borlaug.

  • Iowa 80 Trucking Museum

    505 Sterling Drive
    Walcott, IA 52773
    563-468-5500

    Come see a display of pure American ingenuity.  Over 100 trucks are showcased along with other
    trucking memorabilia. Many rare and unique vehicles.  Free admission.

  • Iowa Bicycle Coalition

    PO Box 5562
    Coralville, IA 52241
    515-309-2867

    The Iowa Bicycle Coalition expands bicycle traffic across Iowa — bringing cyclists to events, trails, and
    destinations. It’s a great day to ride a bicycle!

  • Iowa City Downtown District

    103 E College Street
    Suite 200
    Iowa City, IA 52240
    319-354-0863

    Downtown Iowa City is a premier cultural center of Iowa, steeped in extraordinary cultural experiences
    and participatory art. Discover boutiques, dining, entertainment, hotels, world-class living, and the
    University of Iowa.

  • Iowa County

    Amana Colonies CVB
    622 46th Avenue
    Amana, IA 52203
    800-579-2294

    Amid the lush Iowa farmland you’ll find the Amana Colonies, a National Historic Landmark, offering a unique German culture, museums, handcrafted products, great food, wine, and beers. Nearby Williamsburg is a shopper’s paradise, home to the Outlet Mall’s over 50 national stores. Experience Iowa County, the heartland at its best.

  • Iowa Grape Vines Winery

    18345 55th Street (Corner of Hwy 61 & Caves Road)
    Maquoketa, IA 52060
    563-689-6347

    Small family-owned winery with international award winning wines, dry to sweet wines, ice cream, root beer, and wine jellies. Six miles from the Maquoketa Caves.

  • Iowa Makers

    201 Spring Street
    Dundee, IA 52038
    563-924-2821

    We are now called Iowa Makers - Local Artisans Goods. A local specialty gift shop that is truly unique. Located in Dundee Iowa we are a quaint retail space that offers functional pottery, stained glass, scented soy candles, custom jewelry, paintings, woodcraft and more in a easy to find shop in Delaware County, Iowa.

  • Iowa State University Road Scholar Program

    1810 Highway 163
    Oskaloosa, IA 52577
    641-295-5757

    Enjoy themed travel programs with other adults and expert instructors. See our website for exclusive
    learning experiences that include Iowa’s Unusual Societies and the Mississippi River.

  • Iowa Valley Scenic Byway

    920 48th Avenue
    Amana, IA 52203
    319-622-3264

    Discover more than 40 rural sites along the 77-mile Iowa Valley Scenic Byway, which runs from the Amana Colonies to the Meskwaki Settlement.  

  • Iowa Wine Trail

    39053 Great River Road
    Guttenberg, IA 52052
    563-252-2665

    Unique wineries producing exceptional Iowa-grown wines invite you to travel the trail and experience
    scenic vineyards, tastings, tours, festivals, and special events throughout the year.

  • Iowa's County Conservation System

    PO Box 400
    Hiawatha, IA 52233
    515-963-9582

    All 99 counties in Iowa; 2,034 parks, natural areas and historic sites! More than 215,000 acres with 11,100+ campsites, 75 nature centers, more than 250 cabins, 1,900+ miles of trails, public hunting and more. County conservation – Iowa’s outdoor education leader.

  • Iowa's Dairy Center

    1527 Highway 150 South
    Calmar, IA 52132
    563-534-9957

    Pet calves, walk through Iowa’s Dairy Museum and watch robots milk cows. Milking viewing areas are
    open 24/7. Call ahead to schedule a guided tour.

  • Isle Casino Hotel Waterloo

    777 Isle of Capri Boulevard
    Waterloo, IA 50701
    1-800-THE-ISLE

    More than 900 slots and video poker games, table games, sports betting, three restaurants, 194-room
    hotel, resort-style pool, arcade, fitness center and banquet space.

  • Jackson County

    Jackson County Area Tourism Association
    60488 Highway 64
    Sabula, IA 52070
    563-687-2237

    The Jackson County Welcome Center offers travel information, maps, and a warm welcome. Items by
    local artists in our craft shop, play equipment, and clean restrooms.

  • Jackson County Area Tourism Association

    60488 Hwy 64
    Sabula, IA 52070
    800-342-1837
  • Jackson County Conservation/Hurstville Interpretive Center

    18670 63rd Street
    Maquoketa, IA 52060
    563-652-3783

    Experience nature at this 70-acre complex that includes a nature/visitor center, wetland, prairie, trails,
    natural playscape, bird blind, viewing platform, and fishing pond.

  • Jefferson County

    200 N. Main Street
    Fairfield, IA 52556
    641-472-2828

    FAIRFIELD IOWA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU
    200 N. Main St. l Fairfield, 52556
    641-472-2828 l travelfairfield.com
    An unusual blend of old and new exists in Jefferson County. The city of Fairfield features magnificent
    newly constructed homes and mansions along with beautifully restored historical houses, circa mid-1800s. With nearly 1,000 acres devoted to parks and wildlife, Jefferson County is also an outstanding place for recreational activities.

  • John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum

    500 Westfield Avenue
    Waterloo, IA 50701
    319-292-6126

    Learn about the history of tractor and engine design and manufacturing, and celebrate employee
    contributions, customers and the continuing values of Deere & Company.

  • Johnson County

    Think Iowa City
    900 1st Avenue Hayden Fry Way
    Iowa City, IA 52240
    319-337-6592

    Experience the diversity of Johnson County with festivals, shopping, dining, and many
    cultural and historical attractions, like the Old Capitol, Iowa’s first state capitol building.
    Home to the University of Iowa, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, and Iowa City’s
    “City of Literature” designation, the first city designated in the United States.

  • Jones County

    Jones County Tourism Association
    213 East Main Street
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    319-462-4101

    Our limestone bluffs and rolling hills invite you to drift into one of Grant Wood’s famous paintings. Art, history, and the great outdoors await to satisfy every interest. Art, antiques, history, rivers, lakes, caves, great food, winery, unique shops, fairs, farmers market. Come for the sights; stay for the stories.

  • Jones County Conservation

    12515 Central Park Road
    Center Junction, IA 52212
    563-487-5038

    Jones County has many outdoor recreation areas.  Enjoy Central Park camping, fishing, trails, cabin
    rentals, and the Nature Center with year-round educational programs.

  • Jones County Tourism

    213 East Main Street
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    800-383-0831

    Come see Jones County’s historic sites, nestled in the rolling hills Grant Wood painted. Stay to hear its
    stories. Full tour planning, step-on guide service.

  • Kalona Area Chamber of Commerce

    514 B Avenue
    Kalona, IA 52247
    319-656-2660

    Quaint town offers Amish heritage, fine dining, and unique shopping experiences. Take a walking tour of
    42 quilt blocks installed in our sidewalks.

  • Kalona Historical Village

    715 D Avenue
    Kalona, IA 52247
    319-656-3232

    Visit 12 historical buildings starting with the original 1879 train depot, Mennonite museum, and two
    nationally known quilt galleries. Something for everyone in your family.

  • Keokuk CTB

    428 Main Street
    Keokuk, IA 52632
    800-383-1219

    Iowa’s southernmost city is filled with history, beauty, and hospitality. Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri
    come together for a unique travel experience.  You’re always welcome in Keokuk.

  • Keosauqua Chamber of Commerce

    PO Box 511
    Keosauqua, IA 52565
    319-293-3536

    Nestled in the horseshoe bend of the Des Moines River lies our quaint community, filled with a rich
    history, beautiful natural resources, delicious dining, and more.

  • Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum

    3603 236th Avenue
    Burr Oak, IA 52101
    563-735-5916

    Journey back in time with a guided tour of the Masters Hotel, the childhood home of Laura Ingalls
    Wilder in 1876.

  • LeClaire Tourism

    117 South Cody Road
    LeClaire, IA 52753
    563-289-4242

    On the Mississippi River just north of the Quad Cities, LeClaire offers a complete shopping, dining,
    and touring experience. Attractions include Antique Archaeology, home of the American Pickers.

  • Lee County

    PO Box 190
    Fort Madison, IA 52627
    319-372-3705

    Welcome to Lee County! Nestled on the mighty Mississippi River, Lee County offers history, museums, unique retail shopping, community festivals, farmer markets and five miles of the Great River Road. Lee County has the honor of holding the oldest county fair in Iowa. Stop in — you just might stay!

  • Linn County

    Cedar Rapids Tourism Office
    370 1st Avenue
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52401
    319-892-6450

    Culturally rich metro with historical small towns balanced by miles of trails, parks, and rural
    beauty. Family-friendly activities year round, including Chalk the Walk, Arts Fest, and the
    Cedar Rapids Downtown Farmers Market. Experience new amphitheatres, National
    Czech & Slovak Museum, new convention center, and a vibrant NewBo historical district.

  • Linn County Conservation

    10260 Morris Hills Road
    Toddville, IA 52341
    319-892-6450

    Providing outdoor recreational opportunities throughout Linn County. Explore nearly 30 areas,
    including parks, campgrounds, natural areas, 100 miles of trails, and historical sites.

  • Little Brown Church in the Vale

    2730 Cheyenne Avenue
    Nashua, IA 50658
    641-435-2027

    Home of the world-famous hymn “The Church in the Wildwood.” Visitors welcome. Open daily dawn to
    dusk. Annual Marriage Reunion first Sunday in August.

  • Lost Island Waterpark

    2225 E. Shaulis Road
    Waterloo, IA 50701-9304
    319-349-1058

    Discover an island paradise right here in Iowa!  Check out our 12 major slides, zip line, and wave pool.
    We have something for everyone.

  • Louisa County

    Louis County Conservation
    12635 County Road G56, Suite 101
    Wapello, IA 52653
    319-523-8381

    Rich in nature, history and culture. Paddle the Odessa and Iowa River water trails. Visit our
    five museums, traverse the swinging bridge, travel the Great River Road, view birds at Port
    Louisa Refuge, and explore/hunt 17,000-plus acres of natural areas near the Mississippi, Iowa,
    and Cedar rivers. Louisa County … Naturally.

  • Louisa County Conservation

    12635 County Road G-56
    Suite 101
    Wapello, IA 52653
    319-523-8381

    Camp at Snively on the Odessa Water Trail. Explore the Toolesboro Mounds and Museum. Rich in natural
    resources. Hunt, fish, paddle, hike! Make some memories.

  • Louisa Development Group

    317 Van Buren
    Wapello, IA 52653
    319-523-2371

    Louisa County is filled with history, unique opportunities and connections to natural resources.
    Breathtaking views, water trails, and the swinging bridge make us authentically unique.

  • Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce

    200 East Main Street
    Manchester, IA 52057
    563-927-4141

    Live, work, and play in the Manchester area! Unique shopping, boutiques, and ice cream all within walking
    distance and view of the White Water Park.

  • Maquoketa Area Chamber Of Commerce

    124 S Main Street
    Suite 2
    Maquoketa, IA 52060-3035
    563-652-4602

    Partnering with Maquoketa Art Experience in downtown Maquoketa, the Chamber showcases
    the rebirth and revitalization of the downtown. Visit ExploreMaq.com for our attractions and
    entertainment.

  • Marion Chamber of Commerce and Uptown Marion

    1225 6th Avenue
    Suite 100
    Marion, IA 52302
    319-377-6316

    Small-town charm in a growing community. Our historic Main Street district is home to boutiques, pubs,
    and dining. Exciting events and the Uptown Artway await you in Marion!

  • McGregor/Marquette Chamber of Commerce

    146 Main Street
    PO Box 105
    McGregor, IA 52157
    563-873-2186

    Our Iowa Great Place is nestled between the Mississippi River and the towering bluffs of Northeast
    Iowa. Hiking, boating, fishing, tours, shopping, winery, casino, and more.

  • Midwest Old Threshers

    405 East Threshers Road
    Mount Pleasant, IA 52641
    319-385-8937

    Old Threshers Reunion celebrates Midwest agricultural heritage with a five-day festival ending Labor Day.
    Steam engines, antique tractors, horses, trolleys, trains, log village, and threshing meals.

  • Mississippi River Distilling Company

    303 North Cody Road
    PO Box 801
    LeClaire, IA 52753
    563-484-4342

    Fine vodka, gin, and whiskey handcrafted from local ingredients right on the banks of the Mississippi River.
    Free tours daily.

  • Monticello Area Chamber of Commerce, Inc.

    204 East First Street
    Monticello, IA 52310
    319-465-5626

    Explore and embrace Monticello! Offering specialty shops, great dining, and recreational activities, plus
    unique events: car show, July 4 activities, Great Jones County Fair, and more.

  • Morning Mist Cabins, Inc.

    34228 Hilton Road
    Edgewood, IA 52042
    563-387-7171

    Morning Mist Cabins offers three fully equipped rentals — the cabin (sleeps eight), the cottage
    (sleeps nine) and the pet-friendly homestead cabin (sleeps ten).

  • Mount Vernon-Lisbon Community Development Group

    311 1st Street NW
    PO Box 31
    Mount Vernon, IA 52314
    319-210-9935

    Experience the charm of this historical and cultural stroll zone that includes distinctive nationally
    recognized cuisine, art, antiques, specialty shops, and award-winning festivals.

  • Muscatine Art Center

    1314 Mulberry Avenue
    Muscatine, IA 52761
    563-263-8282

    Once the private home of a lumber heiress, the Musser Museum features architectural details of the Edwardian period. The adjoining Stanley Gallery hosts national
    traveling exhibitions.

  • Muscatine County

    Muscatine CVB
    100West 2nd Street
    Muscatine, IA 52761
    563-263-8895

    Come visit Muscatine County’s great attractions, including the Muscatine History & Industry Center, Muscatine Art Center, Environmental Learning Center, and Pine Creek Grist Mill. With several sites from which to access the Mississippi River, outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy many recreational facilities offering fishing, boating, hiking, and camping.

  • Muscatine CVB

    100 West 2nd Street
    Muscatine, IA 52761
    563-263-8895

    Walk the riverfront, discover fascinating history and art, and explore beautiful parks and trails, as well as
    shops and restaurants, in this authentic Mississippi River town.

  • My Place Hotel

    4653 Progress Drive
    Davenport, IA 52807
    563-424-1427

    All are rooms are suitable for extended stays . They are fully equipped with a full-sized refrigerator, a two burner cook top, 12 cup coffee pot.

  • National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library

    1400 Inspiration Place SW
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
    319-362-8500

    Our museum celebrates life. Czech life. Slovak life. America life. Through extraordinary experiences,
    we encourage people to explore what is means to be free.

  • National Farm Toy Museum

    1110 16th Avenue Court SE
    Dyersville, IA 52040
    563-875-2727

    The whole family will enjoy discovering how farming has changed throughout the years and the history
    of tractors that make successful harvests happen. Open daily.

  • National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium

    350 East 3rd Street
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-557-9545

    Experience the animals and culture of our nation’s rivers through interactive exhibits, stingray touch
    tank, aquariums, 3D/4D theater, and more on our Mississippi riverfront campus.

  • National Motorcycle Museum

    102 Chamber Drive
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    319-462-3925

    Showcases more than a century of American motorcycling. Over 450 motorcycles from around
    the world. Open daily year round.

  • New Vienna Historical Society Museum

    7396 Columbus Street
    New Vienna, IA 52065
    563-921-3165

    Heritage House Museum has 23 rooms of eight generation antique collections. Murals, veteran
    memorial wall, senior citizen activities, quilting, family tree books, and guided tours.

  • Oelwein Chamber & Area Development

    25 West Charles Street
    Oelwein, IA 50662
    319-283-1105

    Old-order Amish, historic downtown, performing arts, shopping, dining, outdoor recreation and more! Largegroup Amish tours with step-on guide available.  Many community events

  • Old Cedar County Jail

    118 West 4th
    Tipton, IA 52772
    319-329-1785

    The Old Cedar County Jail in Tipton was the last operating “Mom and Pop” jail in Iowa. Official museum
    of the ISSDA. Open first Saturday of month.

  • Old City Hall Gallery

    121 South Olive Street
    Maquoketa, IA 52060
    563-652-3405
  • Old Creamery Theatre Company, Inc.

    39 38th Avenue
    Amana, IA 52203
    319-622-6262

    Comedies, dramas, musicals and more at Iowa’s longest-running live, professional theatre. Come experience professional theatre magic!

  • Our Iowa Magazine

    1510 Buckeye Avenue
    Suite 109
    Ames, IA 50010
    515-232-0075

    Every colorful page of Our Iowa brims with Iowa pride. It’s written by Iowans for all who love Iowa.
    Paid circulation is more than 90,000.

  • Outlets Williamsburg

    1991 O'Donnell Road
    Williamsburg, IA 52361
    319-668-2885

    Outlets Williamsburg makes it easy for you to find your favorite brand names and the hottest fashion
    trends at more than 55 stores. All at great savings.

  • Ox Yoke Inn

    4420 220th Trail
    PO Box 230
    Amana, IA 52203
    319-622-3441

    You hungry? German and American food served family-style daily. Breakfast, lunch and dinner,
    children’s menu, Sunday brunch buffet, gifts, bar, step-on guide service. Since 1940.

  • Peppercorn Pantry

    911 Parriott Street
    Aplington, IA 50604
    319-347-2797

    Restaurant offers brunch, lunch, homemade desserts, and coffee, Tue. – Sat. Gift shop features jewelry,
    specialty foods, cards, kitchen gadgets, and more.

  • Pine Creek Grist Mill

    1884 Wildcat Den Road
    Muscatine, IA 52761
    563-554-4228

    Operating 1848 grain mill on National Historic Register.  In Wildcat Den State Park. Open afternoons Wed. – Sun., June – mid-Sept.; weekends in May, mid-Sept. –mid-Oct.

  • Plaza Antique Mall

    1235 16th Avenue Court SE
    PO Box 68
    Dyersville, IA 52040
    563-875-8945

    More than 200 dealers offering a wide variety of antiques, farm toys, and collectibles.

  • PromiseLand Winery

    39053 Great River Road
    Guttenberg, IA 52052
    563-252-2665

    Complimentary wine samples, six delightful boutiques, live music every Sunday from March through
    November. Gorgeous courtyards, homemade pizza, cozy fireplaces to enjoy during winter. Hidden treasure
    experience.

  • Putnam Museum

    1717 West 12th Street
    Davenport, IA 52804
    563-324-1933

    Experience science, cultures, and environments throughout history and around the globe when you
    visit the Putnam Museum, Science Center, and National Geographic Giant Screen Theater.

  • PZAZZ! Entertainment Complex

    3001 Winegard Drive
    Burlington, IA 52601
    319-753-2946

    Catfish Bend Casino featuring brand new PointsBet Sportsbook plus Hampton Inn & Suites! FunCity,
    Huck’s Harbor Waterparks, two hotels, four restaurants, golf, spa and more!

  • Quad City International Airport

    2200 69th Avenue
    Moline, IL 61265
    309-764-9621

    Serving regional travelers with nonstop flights to/from major connecting cities and Moline/Quad Cities. Four
    airlines, 11 destinations. To find your true cost savings, visit EasierMatters.com.

  • Quasqueton Area Museum

    103 North Water Street
    Quasqueton, IA 52326
    319-934-3354

    Free admission. Two sites include hands-on exhibits featuring local life and history. Overlooks Wapsipinicon River, 1 ½ miles from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Cedar Rock.

  • Quiet Walker Lodge

    18132 Paradise Valley Trail
    Durango, IA 52039
    563-552-1034

    Country log lodge nestled on bluff and surrounded by forest reserve. Eight miles to downtown Dubuque.
    Near Heritage Trail. Nine themed suites, whirlpools, full breakfast.

  • Rhythm City Casino Resort

    7077 Elmore Avenue
    Davenport, IA 52807
    844-852-4386

    More than 1,000 gaming options, four dining choices, live music and special events, meeting space, and
    hotel/spa.

  • River Arts Center

    229 5th Avenue South
    Clinton, IA 52732
    563-243-3300

    Operated by Clinton Art Association volunteers.  Rotating art exhibits, permanent collection, gift
    shop, clay studio, Rainbow pottery, classes.

  • River Ridge Brewing

    118 North Riverview Drive
    Bellevue, IA 52031

    Taproom located in historic Bellevue along the Mississippi River offers a variety of beers handcrafted
    on site using a one-barrel system. Family-owned by passionate craft beer lovers.

  • Riverboat Twilight

    197 North Front Street
    LeClaire, IA 52753
    800-331-1467

    Sounds of calliope music signal the beginning of summer along the river. The Riverboat Twilight
    offers a variety of cruises to fit anyone’s vacation schedule.

  • Riverside Casino and Golf Resort

    3184 Highway 22
    Riverside, IA 52327
    877-677-3456
  • Sawmill Museum

    2231 Grant Street
    Clinton, IA 52732
    563-242-0343

    Come be swept away by the American lumber saga.  Children can live and play as lumberjacks while adults interact with Clinton’s rich lumber heritage.

  • Scott County

    600 West 4th Street
    Davenport, IA 52801
    563-326-8643

    Scott County where the Mighty Mississippi runs west. Known as the Quad Cities, we are a metro area with a small-town feel. Festivals, music venues, and the river are some of the many reasons to visit
    Scott County and the Quad Cities.

  • Scott County Conservation Board

    14910 110th Avenue
    Davenport, IA 52804
    563-328-3280

    Our parks offer campgrounds, cabins, playgrounds, picnicking, shelters, hiking, fishing, education, swimming, disc golf, 18-hole championship golf course, and great times with friends and family.

  • Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area

    305 West Park Avenue
    Waterloo, IA 50701
    319-234-4567

    The story of American agriculture comes to life at 119 sites and attractions within a 37-county region
    of northeast Iowa. National Park Service Partner.

  • Spook Cave & Campground

    13299 Spook Cave Road
    McGregor, IA 52157
    563-873-2144

    Cave tours by boat! Explore the stalactites and formations of Spook Cave on a guided boat tour.
    Unique family fun. Full camping including log cabin rentals.

  • Squiers Manor B & B

    418 West Pleasant
    Maquoketa, IA 52060
    563-652-6961

    1882 Queen Anne mansion, antique décor, suites with double Jacuzzis and fireplaces, queen/king beds,
    private baths. Evening dessert, gourmet breakfast.  Limited accessibility for persons with disabilities.

  • St. Donatus Historical Society

    100 North Main Street
    St. Donatus, IA 52071
    563-773-2480

    Picturesque Luxembourg village, Gehlen House Bed & Breakfast, Kalmes Restaurant. See the largest
    collection of Luxembourg architecture outside of Europe in beautiful Jackson County.

  • State Historical Society of Iowa Historic Sites

    600 E. Locust Street
    Des Moines, IA 50319
    515-281-5111

    For fascinating stories about Iowa’s history, visit these State Historic Sites in Eastern Iowa: Montauk, Clermont; Plum Grove, Iowa City; and Toolesboro Mounds, Wapello.

  • Stauer House Bed & Breakfast

    629 Main Street
    McGregor, IA 52157
    563-873-2713

    Lovely Victorian home is 127 years old and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Four rooms
    with easy walking distance to downtown district.

  • Swedish American Museum

    107 James Avenue
    Swedesburg, IA 52652
    319-254-2317

    Museum honors Swedish immigrants of the 1860s –1920s with a museum, country store, huckster wagon
    building, stuga (cottage) and gift shop.

  • Tabor Home Vineyards & Winery

    3570 67th Street
    Baldwin, IA 52207
    563-673-3131

    Family-owned estate winery producing premium wines from Iowa’s oldest vineyards. “Music in the
    Vineyard” features Iowa singer-songwriters.  New event center with breathtaking views.

  • The Hotel at Kirkwood Center

    7725 Kirkwood Boulevard SW
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52404
    877-751-5111

    Award-winning facilities and exceptional service.  You’ll find our AAA Four Diamond hotel in
    Cedar Rapids with more than 100 pieces of local and artisan art dotted throughout our accommodations
    and public spaces, lending a sense of uniqueness and modern charm.

  • The Iowa Children's Museum

    1451 Coral Ridge Avenue
    Coralville, IA 52241
    319-625-6255

    Family attraction full of active learning fun. Interactive exhibits inspire all children to imagine, create, discover, and explore through the power of PLAY.

  • The National Pearl Button Museum

    117 West 2nd Street
    Muscatine, IA 52761
    563-263-1052

    We tell the story of the Pearl Button Capital of the World, which we are describing the history as the
    “Gold Rush of the Midwest.”

  • The Oakland Mill

    22095 Hwy 64
    Maquoketa, IA 52060
    563-652-3351

    Unique event center nested in the bluffs of Prairie Creek in Maquoketa. Perfect for weddings, showers,
    anniversaries, reunions, meetings, and corporate events.

  • The Stone City General Store Pub

    12612 Stone City Road
    Anamosa, IA 52205
    319-462-4399

    Visit the Wapsipinicon’s premier watering hole.  This historic site offers tantalizing food, spirits, and
    friendly service in a cozy atmosphere.

  • Think Iowa City

    900 1st Avenue/Hayden Fry Way
    Coralville, IA 52241
    319-337-6592

    Where arts and culture are not just an attitude but are a way of life. Visit the curious communities of
    Iowa City.

  • Tipton Development

    407 Lynn Street
    Tipton, IA 52772
    563-886-4597

    Tipton is the perfect place for a girls’ day out, a round of golf, or a day of family fun. Located in the heart of
    Eastern Iowa.

  • Travel Dubuque

    300 Main Street
    Suite 120
    Dubuque, IA 52001
    563-845-7698

    Explore the land that Iowa settlers once discovered.  With the mighty Mississippi in our backyard and
    history around every corner, Dubuque is #WhereIowaStarted.

  • University of Iowa Athletic Hall of Fame & Museum

    2425 Prairie Meadow Drive
    Iowa City, IA 52242
    319-384-1031

    A Hawkeye fan’s ultimate fantasy. Come experience more than 100 years of athletic excellence.

  • Ushers Ferry Historic Village

    5925 Seminole Valley Trail NE
    Cedar Rapids, IA 52411
    319-286-5763

    Ushers Ferry offers nine restored homes, businesses, and civic buildings that are ADA-accessible and open to tour in an early 20th-century village setting.

  • Vesterheim Norwegian - American Museum

    520 W Water Street
    Decorah, IA 52101
    563-382-9681

    Look for your own story as you explore ours through world-class exhibitions, immigrant history,
    a museum store and a folk-art school to engage your creative spirit!

  • Villages Of Van Buren County

    809 1st Street
    Keosauqua, IA 52565
    800-868-7822

    Step back in time and explore our 11 historical villages.  No stoplights, no fast food, but plenty of ol’ fashioned hospitality. A vacation you’ll love!

  • Visit Quad Cities

    1601 River Drive, Suite 110
    Moline, IL 61265
    800-747-7800

    A Mississippi River destination filled with creative energy; outdoor adventures; incredible food; local
    beer, wine and spirits. Experience our rich history, special events and attractions.

  • Washington Chamber of Commerce

    205 West Main Street
    Washington, IA 52353
    319-653-3272

    Historically modern and classically unique. Visit our parks, trails, disc golf, barn quilts, world’s longest
    continually operating theater, museums, shops, mouthwatering restaurants, music, and markets.
    Experience Washington.

  • Washington County

    Washington Chamber of Commerce
    205 West Main Street
    Washington, IA 52353
    319-653-3272

    Where the past meets the future – from Old Order Amish in Kalona to the future birthplace of Star Trek’s Captain Kirk in Riverside. Riverside Casino Golf Resort, Lake Darling State Park, Heritage Museum,
    Washington’s Centennial Fountain Square, Washington Aquatic Center, Washington County Conservation Center, and Kewash Nature/BikeTrail.

  • Waterloo Center For The Arts

    225 Commercial Street
    Waterloo, IA 50701
    319-291-4490

    Incredible art. Amazing experiences. Explore galleries, ArtHouse Café, Gift Store, and Phelps Youth Pavilion (hands-on children’s museum). Classes, room rentals, school/group tours, music events.

  • Waverly Chamber of Commerce

    118 East Bremer Avenue
    Waverly, IA 50677
    319-352-4526

    Friendly, progressive college town offering interesting historical attractions, great shopping, and abundant
    recreational opportunities. Enjoy shopping, golfing, hiking, biking, kayaking, fishing, and more.

  • West Branch Community Development Group

    109 North Downey Street
    West Branch, IA 52358
    319-643-7100

    Eat, shop, explore. Experience the unique and eclectic shops, food and beverage venues, and everything
    historic West Branch has to offer. I-80 Exit 254.

  • Wild Rose Clinton

    777 Wild Rose Drive
    Clinton, IA 52732
    563-243-9000

    557 slot machines, 12 table games, 60-room hotel, dining at Coaches Corner and Sawmill Buffet.
    National entertainment.

  • Wilder Memorial Museum

    123 West Mission Street
    Strawberry Point, IA 52076
    563-933-4615

    Help us celebrate our 50th birthday! The former Doll Museum has evolved to much more, including
    a military display and Mrywyn Eaton artwork. Opening Memorial Day Weekend.

  • Williamsburg Area Chamber of Commerce

    212 West State Street
    Williamsburg, IA 52361
    319-668-1500

    Visit our historical square for antique and specialty shopping, fun dining options, and museum. Enjoy
    PGA golf, an aquatic center, and Kinze Innovation Center.

  • Winneshiek County

    Winneshiek County Development, Inc.
    507 West Water Street
    Decorah, IA 52101
    563-382-3990

    The world-famous Decorah Eagle Cam, the 11-mile Trout Run Trail, the pizza named “best in Iowa,” the best fishing stream in Iowa, world-renowned museums and attractions … all right here in Winneshiek County. Come see for yourself what all the fuss is about!

  • Winneshiek County Development, Inc.

    507 West Water Street
    Decorah, IA 52101
    563-382-3990

    Play, stay, relax! Visit the famous eagles’ nest, shop in historical downtowns, bike the scenic Trout Run Trail, or cast away on the #1 fishing creek in Iowa.

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