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Cedar Rapids, Iowa

  • Brucemore

    One of 25 properties of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, Brucemore is a 26-acre estate in the heart of Cedar Rapids with rolling lawns, formal garden, 1915 Lord and Burnham greenhouse, 19...
    Brucemore

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Coe College Permanent Collection of Art

Stewart Memorial Library and Galleries display extensive collections by Marvin Cone, Grant Wood, Conger Metcalf and others.

Cedar Rapids, IA Arts

Seminole Valley Farm Museum

Seminole Valley Farm Museum, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a 1900 farm with farmhouse, outbuildings, and exhibits.

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums

African American Historical Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa

This 17,000 square-foot museum features the permanent exhibit "Doorways: A History of Iowa's African Americans." The exhibit explores Africa'

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums

Grant Wood Studio and Visitor Center

Tour the original studio where artist Grant Wood lived and worked from 1924 to 1934. Designed and built by Wood, this light-filled carriage house loft was where he painted "American Gothic" and many other famous works. Operated by the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, which houses the world'

Cedar Rapids, IA Visitors Centers

Duffy's Collectible Cars

See 75 fully restored cars from the 1930s-1970s -- hardtops and convertibles. Gas pumps and memorabilia such as phone booths, wall murals and 1950

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums

Things to do near Cedar Rapids, IA

Hillcrest Country Club

Course Access: Semi-PrivateHoles: 9Reserve Advance Tee Times: Yes...

African American Historical Museum and Cultural Center of Iowa

This 17,000 square-foot museum features the permanent exhibit "Doorways: A History of Iowa's African Americans." The exhibit ...

Mennonite Museum and Archives

Museum and archives devoted to early Amish and Mennonite cultures and lifestyles, including genealogy books and research mate...

Coe College Permanent Collection of Art

Stewart Memorial Library and Galleries display extensive collections by Marvin Cone, Grant Wood, Conger Metcalf and others.