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Things to do in Iowa
Cedar Rapids - explore the African American Museum of Iowa
The task of the African American Museum of Iowa, in Cedar Rapids, is to retain the heritage of African Americans, as the sate developed, and how they influenced its growth. The museum has a series of displays, depicting life in the area, and in the military, and how African Americans have served their country, back to Civil War days. Particularly interesting is the display on the Underground Railway, and how they helped runaway slaves from the South.
Cedar Rapids - go and see the Iowa Masonic Library and Museum
Built from Vermont marble, the Iowa Masonic Library and Museum is though to be the largest of its kind, in the world. It has over 100,000 books, both Masonic and general, with some of the Masonic works going back over 150 years. The idea of this library collection began after being approved by the local Lodge in 1845. The museum is open to all, Monday to Friday, and in addition to the many books it is also home to a unique, Civil War Flag that was made by the ladies of Cedar Rapids in 1862, which is worth the time to go and see.
Cedar Rapids - explore the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library
Iowa has always been a mixing pot for immigrants from all over Europe, and there is a strong contingent of Czechs and Slavs that have settled in the area, over the centuries, they retained much of their culture and a trip to the museum is an ideal opportunity to learn more about it, and experience some of their activities, first hand. The museum moved to its new location in mid 2011, after a major flood in 2008.
Cedar Rapids - tour the Cedar Ridge Winery & Distillery
The Cedar Ridge Winery and Distillery started life in 2003. it has already won major awards for its wines, vodka, dark rum and Bourbon, and has the distinction of being the first legal still, to operate in the state, since prohibition ended. The Winery offers you the chance to see how their products are made as well as touring the vineyards and then sample them. Plus some excellent food is offer to go with the wine in their restaurant.
Cedar Rapids - wander along the Indian Creek Nature Center
A great day out can be had at the Indian Creek Nature Center, where you can wander along 2 nature trails, taking in the wildlife and scenery, or exploring the 1932 built, dairy barn, with its range of exhibits, including a working beehive. The gardens near the barn are filled with other interesting items, including a maple syrup house, a pond and a small prairie. Once you have finished exploring these, there are plenty of picnic tables, where you can enjoy your meal or have a drink and a rest.
Des Moises - buy fresh fruits from the Des Moines Farmers Market
From early May to late October, the Des Moines Farmers Market offers some of the freshest produce available, brought in from over 50 counties in Iowa. With over 200 different vendors, it has grown since its inception in 1976 when it had 15 vendors. With the growth in the number of vendors, today it has a hugh, variety of produce for sale. Particular attention should be paid to the very fresh eggs, cheese, honey and local meats and poultry, as well as the extensive range of fruits and vegetables.
Des Moises - take a trip to the Science Center of Iowa
To learn how the body works or how the universe was made take a trip to the Science Center of Iowa, in Des Moines, where you can enjoy the displays and interactive exhibits. The center also has an IMAX dome theatre, which shows, interesting, yet entertaining videos, on a whole range of subjects. In addition to daily visits, the center also has a comprehensive package of summer camps, that many children love to go on.
Des Moises - take a giuded tour to the Des Moines Art Center
The Des Moines Art Center is one of the city's best kept secrets. It deserves a visit, with its focus on modern and contemporary paintings and sculptures, making it one of the best of its kind, in the country. The center offers guided tours that last about an hour, every day except Mondays. These are very informative, and not at all stuffy, and are suitable for all ages, apart from the very young.
Des Moises - spend sometimes at the Playhouse
The Playhouse in Des Moines has been offering theatrical productions since 1919. In more recent times it has been hosting comedy nights and local variants of “whose line is it anyway”. There is also a very active children’s theatre, where kids can go and see relevant productions and also learn about the different elements of the theatre, such as acting and scene painting. Sometimes they can participate in their own production.
Des Moises - explore the Iowa Gold Star Museum
The Iowa Gold Star Museum offers you the opportunity to find out about the role that Iowans have had in the military, from 1846 until the present day, as well as the development of the State Patrol and the Air National Guard. The museum is located at an active National Guard Post, and includes exhibits of medals, uniforms, weapons as well as examples of art made by soldiers during the wars. There are also a number of vehicles to be seen including a Huey helicopter, which is one of the best known choppers, in the world.
Introduction of Iowa
Iowa is one of America's less visited states. The state is great to visit if you want to try something different. It is a charming beautiful state and has some great things to do. Hotels in Iowa can be found in the majority of the cities and towns. The larger cities have a huge range of lodgings that offer two, three and four star establishments. The properties that are located in the vicinity have less of a choice but you will still find something to satisfy you. In the area you will find mainly smaller accommodations that are often family run. The district is a fascinating state. All over the cities and towns you will find good restaurants serving true American portions, great shops and an array of good open spaces. The buildings are readily available and fantastically priced. You will leave Iowa feeling like you have had a real holiday.