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Northeast Iowa, Iowa

North East Iowa

Summer pursuits make a big splash with young and old, while the fall harvest brings a bounty of color. Visit historic river towns, and catch riverboat casino fever. Then check into a charming bed and breakfast inn overlooking the mighty Mississippi.

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Carnegie Cultural Center

Temporary and Permanent exhibits fill this old Carnegie Library building. Permanent exhibits include the Natvig Brothers Circus, life under the big top in models to scale; Billy J's Clown Circus, clown models on parade; Toy Town

New Hampton, IA Museums

Bremer County Historical Society Museum

The Bremer County Historical Society Museum building was built in 1862 as the first large hotel and stagecoach stop in the area and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It now houses pioneer and other artifacts from Bremer County. Visit us on Facebook:

Waverly, IA Museums

Bloomsbury Farm

When you and your family visit Bloomsbury Farm, you will experience a fun-filled day full of outdoor adventure and learning! Bloomsbury Farm is located 4

Atkins, IA Farm Life


Porter House Museum

Italianate house with original furnishings. Exhibits of exotic butterflies, South American artifacts. Unique rock wall surrounds the property.

Decorah, IA Museums

Old Bradford Pioneer Village

This pioneer village consists of 14 buildings from the area. View Dr. Pitts' office (composer of the song "Little Brown Church in the Vale")

Nashua, IA Museums

Fayette County Historical Center

Variety of exhibits, including local history, war memorabilia, health care, housekeeping, agricultural, advertising and more. Extensive genealogy department.

West Union, IA Historic Centers

Wilder Memorial Museum

Relive the past with exhibit of 800 heirloom dolls, 40 Victorian hanging lamps, rare European figurines, exquisite glass and porcelain, and six rooms of Victorian furniture. See toy tractors and pioneer tools, and view a lamp from the movie "Gone with the Wind."

Strawberry Point, IA Museums

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 the only childhood home of Laura Ingalls Wilder that remains on its original site. The hotel is restored to its 1876

Burr Oak, IA Museums

Lylah's Marsh

Wildlife abounds in natural marsh northwest of Elma. This 155-acre site offers camping, picnicking, and three-mile trail to the marsh.

Elma, IA

Amish Community

Experience the Amish way of life;

Hazleton, IA Tours

Hartman Reserve Nature Center

This wooded 297-acre area is located in the heart of metro Black Hawk County. The Hartman Interpretive Center houses interactive displays and exhibits on local natural environment. The reserve is connected to an extensive recreational trails system in the Cedar Valley and 46

Cedar Falls, IA Nature Centers

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