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The Historic Englert Theatre

The Englert Theatre opened in downtown Iowa City on September 26, 1912

Iowa City, IA HistoricTheatres

Museum of Art

One of the country's most important collections of African art serves as the museum's centerpiece. Visitors can also view traveling exhibitions and selections from the museum's permanent collection of more than 12,000 works of art.

Iowa City, IA Museums


Arts Iowa City Center and Gallery

Nonprofit volunteer art center with monthly exhibits by local and regional artists. Performances, lectures, art workshops.

Iowa City, IA Galleries

Coralville Lake Fishing

Fishing is permitted on all areas of Coralville Lake except at swimming beaches, boat ramps, developed campgrounds, and any area posted \"No Fishing\"

Iowa City, IA Fishing


Old Capitol Museum

National historic landmark, located on the University of Iowa Pentacrest, restored to reflect the years it served as the last capitol of the Iowa Territory (1842-1846) and as the first state capitol (1846-1857). Guided tours and video presentation available.

Iowa City, IA Museums

University of Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame

Experience more than 100 years of athletic excellence, from Nile Kinnick's 1939 Heisman Trophy to the winning softball pitched by Iowa's undefeated Big Ten championship team in 1997, and all the trophies brought home by the Hawks'

Iowa City, IA Halls of Fame

1876 Coralville Schoolhouse Museum

Restored 1876 schoolhouse contains interactive exhibits, hands-on activities for children. Group tour programs with costumed interpreter by appointment.

Coralville, IA Museums

The Iowa Children's Museum

Explore 28,000 square feet of exhibit space, featuring five interactive galleries filled with hands-on, minds-on activities for families. Drive the ambulance, make a video, or create your own piece of art.

Coralville, IA Museums


Devonian Fossil Gorge

Historic floods during the summer of 1993 surged over the emergency spillway and eroded a 15-foot deep channel, exposing the underlying bedrock. Visitors can walk over acres of Devonian Age sea floor and get a first-hand look at fossils normally hidden from view. Gorge open dawn-dusk daily.

Iowa City, IA Historic Sites

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