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East Central Iowa, Iowa

East Central Iowa

Step back in time and across oceans for a taste of Old World tradition. Visit seven authentic German villages to sample wines, beers and delicious fare. Or, shop for master-crafted furniture and clocks. Then fast-forward to the 21st century for a thrilling evening of stock car racing.

Explore East Central Iowa

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

The Historic Englert Theatre

The Englert Theatre opened in downtown Iowa City on September 26, 1912

Iowa City, IA HistoricTheatres

Coralville Lake Fishing Report

WHAT TO KNOW ABOUT ACCURATE FISHING REPORTS:

, IA Fishing Reports

DAR Log Cabin

1840 log house of Alexander and Mary Young and their eight children. Located in Sunset Park.

Washington, IA Historic Cabins

National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library

The nation's foremost institution interpreting Czech and Slovak history and culture, officially dedicated in 1995 by presidents of the U.S., Czech Republic and Slovakia Republic. Homelands exhibit tells the 500-year story of Czech and Slovak people. Restored 19

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums

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

Communal Kitchen and Cooper Shop Museum

Authentic Amana communal kitchen house, including kitchen area and dining room, preserved as it was when the communal system ended in 1932. Across the street is the coopershop, where barrels were made.

Amana, IA Museums

The Carl and Mary Koehler History Center

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

Cedar Rapids, IA Museums


Wallace Winery

Elegant tasting room and deck overlooks two acres of vineyards and farms. Tour the vineyard and production facilities on your own or with a guide. Free samples, wine sales, classes available on wine tasting and food pairing.

West Branch, IA Wineries


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

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