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Bluedorn Science Imaginarium - Grout Museum District

A "playground for the imagination," this science center provides fun hands-on exhibits that demonstrate how science affects everyday life. Unravel the mysteries of motion with scientific experiments: Roll-A-Ball, Bernoulli Ball, and the hammer table. Entertaining and informative demonstrations.

Waterloo, IA Museums

Lost Island Adventure Park

Huge wave pool, eight major waterslides, "Lazy River," two 18-hole "adventure golf" courses, wheelchair accessible golf, go-cart track, concessions, interactive play areas, gift shop, and picnic area. Iowa's largest waterpark.

Waterloo, IA Water Parks

Rensselaer Russell House Museum - Grout Museum District

This small jewel of mid-Victorian architecture, completed in 1861

Waterloo, IA Museums

Waterloo Center for the Arts

Midwest art including works by Grant Wood, Marvin Cone and Thomas Hart Benton; American decorative arts and international folk art; the largest public collection of Haitian art in the United States. Interactive youth gallery, gift store, performances, programs and classes.

Waterloo, IA Art Centers

Grout Museum of History & Science - Grout Museum District

History collection focuses on the period from 1933, when Iowa was opened for settlement, to the present. The Maytag Car, 1915 Waterloo Boy, Rath Packing Company whistle and Pioneer Hall Mural help visitors envision and understand bygone eras.

Waterloo, IA Museums

Things to do near Waterloo, IA

Pheasant Ridge -Pheasant Ridge

Course Access: PublicHoles: 18Reserve Advance Tee Times: 7 days...

Vinton Country Club

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

Wild Game Feast

Kimball Avenue United Methodist Church: Wild Game Feast: Feast on Soup & Meat from the Area's Wild Animals, which will inc...

Cedar Rock

Cedar Rock, the Walter House, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for Lowell and Agnes Walter. This signed home was completed ...

Laura Ingalls Wilder Park and Museum

Nine-year-old Laura Ingalls moved here with her family in 1876 so her father could manage the Burr Oak Masters Hotel. This is...