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Davenport, Iowa

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Schuetzen Park Historic Site

This site holds many special memories for generations of local German-Americans and other area residents. In 1870, the Davenport Schützengesellschaft (later called the Schützen Verein) created this "Schützenpark"

Davenport, IA Historic Sites

Figge Art Museum

Formerly the Davenport Museum of Art, the Figge Art Museum is housed in a new facility overlooking the Mississippi River. Regionalist, Haitian, Mexican Colonial, American, and contemporary art collections, along with extensive traveling exhibit schedule. Restaurant, museum store.

Davenport, IA Museums

Swing of the Quad Cities Baseball

Minor league baseball at the historic John O'Donnell Stadium in downtown Davenport. Enjoy 70 home games during the 2005 season.

Davenport, IA

River Music Experience

Immerse yourself in the roots of music with over 5,000 square feet of interactive audio-visual exhibits, multiple theaters, educational displays, and live music performances. In downtown Davenport on banks of the Mississippi River.

Davenport, IA Exhibits

Putnam Museum of History and Natural Science/IMAX Theatre

Permanent exhibits feature Mississippi River history and natural environments of the region as well as worldwide cultures. Changing exhibits, museum store, and 3D IMAX Theater.

Davenport, IA Museums

Things to do near Davenport, IA

Mathias Ham House Historic Site

View Italianate limestone mansion, built in 1856 and authentically restored and furnished. Also visit 1833 double log house w...

German American Heritage Center

Museum focuses on German immigration to the Quad Cities. Learn about the experiences of the immigrants and their contribution...

Fillmore Fairways Golf Course

Course Access: PublicHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: 1 days...

Figge Art Museum

Formerly the Davenport Museum of Art, the Figge Art Museum is housed in a new facility overlooking the Mississippi River. Reg...

Grant Wood Art Gallery

Gallery in downtown Anamosa features historical photos of Grant Wood and his artist colony, along with books, prints, posters...