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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.

Explore Northeast Iowa

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

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

Waterloo Black Hawks Hockey

United States Hockey League team.

Waterloo, IA Hockey Teams

Mavis and Conner Dummermuth Historical Building an

Historical Building contains a collection of farm and home antiques along with vintage seed and feed sacks. The Historical House depicts a turn-of-the-century farm home.

Elgin, IA Historic Buildings

Hawkeye Buffalo Ranch

Take a historical and spiritual trip into the world of the American buffalo. Participate in a Lakota Sioux "smudge feather" ceremony, then ride into our herd of buffalo and feed them by hand. Buffalo lunches and dinners available.

Fredericksburg, IA Historic Ranches

Silos & Smokestacks National Heritage Area

One of only 27 National Heritage Areas in the U.S., Silos & Smokestacks tells the story of American agriculture, agribusiness, and farm life through a network of sites, events and communities. The 37-county heritage area is bordered by the Mississippi River, I-80, and I-35

Waterloo, IA Historic Sites

Montauk

Home of Iowa's 12th governor, William Larrabee, and his wife, Anna. The Larrabee family furnished and maintained this 1874 brick and native limestone mansion for more than 100

Clermont, IA Mansions

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



Explore Northeast Iowa