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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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
Church made famous by the song "Little Brown Church in the Vale" is popular wedding site. Annual Wedding Reunion held the first Sunday in August. Visitors welcome anytime. Picnic tables and shelter on 13 acres of park land. Celebrating 150 years in 2005Nashua, IA Historic Churches
Live theater, summer musical, regular and children's theater.Waterloo, IA Theatres
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
Historic church contains prehistoric artifacts and American Indian arrowheads from the area, along with local history information. Also visit a restored and furnished Masonic meeting room and additional exhibits in a 133-year-old building. Log cabin with furnishings also on display.Garnavillo, IA Museums
Built in 1860, the old courtroom contains the original judge'Waukon, IA Museums