Today we move into our final region of Iowa, the east region that includes the Quad Cities. Tomorrow we head into the neighbor to the east, Illinois.
- Whitewater Canyon Wildlife Area: Great area for some scenic hikes.
- Cascade Historic Limestone Silo and Agricultural Interpretive Center: Part of the Silos and Smokestacks National Recreation Area, this gives insight to the farms of the area.
- Dubuque Arboretum and Botanical Gardens: Largest Arboretum in the US staffed entirely by volunteers.
- Fenelon Place Elevator: Take a ride on the world’s shortest, steepest scenic railway.
- Mines of Spain Recreation Area: Great area to hike along the river bluffs.
- National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium: Helps to explore the history and culture of the river.
- William M. Black Steam Dredge: Steam propelled museum ship located in the Dubuque harbor.
- Field of Dreams Movie Site: Come see the famed baseball field and house featured in the Field of Dreams movie.
- Maquoketa Caves State Park: A 6 mile trail system takes you through caves and along the bluffs.
- Palisades-Kepler State Park: Beautiful wooded park located along the river.
- German American Heritage Center: Museum that details the heritage of German-Americans in the Midwest area.
- Iowa 80 Truckstop and Trucking Museum: You won’t regret a stop by the World’s Largest Truck Stop!
- Palmer Museum of Chiropractic History: The first ever chiropractic museum details the history of this career.
All attractions found in the Travel Iowa Vacation Guide.