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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

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


Penguins Comedy Club

Live nationally touring comedians.

Bettendorf, IA Comedy Clubs

Buffalo Bill Cody Homestead

One of the homesteads of the Cody family, built of stone in 1847 by Buffalo Bill's father. View restored home, stagecoach and buffalo.

Princeton, IA Historic Homes

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

Family Museum

Hands-on museum with interactive exhibits for children and families. Touch a tornado; make a cloud ring; hop through a rabbit hole. Explore the science of the human body, music and sound. Toddlers will enjoy the child's garden. Traveling exhibits, museum shop, outdoor playground.

Bettendorf, IA Museums

Dan Nagle Walnut Grove Pioneer Village

Walnut Grove was an 1860s settlement and stagecoach stop, and now includes 18

Long Grove, IA Museums

Isle of Capri Casino and Hotel

High-stakes action with more than 1000 slots and 30 table games. Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Bettendorf, IA Casinos

Colonel Davenport

Tour guides recall the army fort construction that brought George Davenport to Rock Island on the Mississippi (now home to the Rock Island Arsenal) in 1816. Davenport developed a prosperous fur trade with local American Indians and in 1833

Davenport, IA Historic Homes

Buffalo Bill Museum/The Lone Star Steamer

Tribute to legendary native "Buffalo Bill" Cody, as well as a memorial to American Indians, pioneers, and steamboat days. View the "Lone Star Steamer, " the last wooden-hull sternwheeler and a National Historic Landmark. Learn of Professor James Ryan, inventor of the "black box"

Le Claire, IA Museums


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