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Sutliff Bridge

The massive iron bridge, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was constructed in 1898 at the crossing of Sutliff'

Sutliff, IA Historic Bridges

Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

The world's largest collection of works by Regionalist artist and Cedar Rapids native Grant Wood. Changing selection from the museum's 5,200-piece collection and traveling exhibitions from other museums. "Art in Roman Life" exhibit includes more than 50

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums

Granger House

Late 19th century middle-class home displays many antique furnishings. Don't miss the 1879 brick carriage house. Both buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Marion, IA Historic Homes

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

The Carl and Mary Koehler History Center

Permanent and changing exhibits, including "Living Along the Tributaries"

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums


Paramount Theater

Performing arts theater hosts a Broadway series, the Cedar Rapids Symphony Orchestra, Cedar Rapids Theatre Organ Society, family shows and national touring concerts.

Cedar Rapids, IA Theatres

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, 1927 swimming pool, and duck pond. The home is a 21-room Queen Anne-style mansion built in 1886. (

Cedar Rapids, IA Estates

Ushers Ferry Historic Village

Take a step back in time to a small turn-of-the-century Iowa town at Ushers Ferry Historic Village. Located on a beautiful 10-acre site in Seminole Valley Park in northeast Cedar Rapids. More than 30

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums

Czech Village

Step into an Old World atmosphere along the Cedar River at the bridge of the lions. Visit an interesting variety of ethnic, gift and specialty shops, bakeries and restaurants. See the National Czech &

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums

Wickup Hill Outdoor Learning Center

This 10,000-square-foot learning center is set among a diverse system of trails and natural habitats. See replicas of historic and prehistoric artifacts, a full-size replica of a wickiup and American Indian family, and a "Hall of Habitats" highlighting Iowa'

Cedar Rapids, IA Nature Centers


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