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  • State Historical Society of Iowa
    State Historical Society of Iowa in Iowa City is always growing its number of zoo animals for you to discover and learn more about. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    402 Iowa Ave
    Iowa City, IA US
  • Niabi Zoo
    Located within Coal Valley, Niabi Zoo is a great place to educate yourself about animals and enjoy a fun day at the zoo. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    13010 Niabi Zoo Rd
    Coal Valley, IL US
  • Vermeer Mill
    Vermeer Mill exhibits the finest Pella has to offer in their terrific museum. Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the museum. At this museum, kids of all ages are welcome. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    714 E 1st St
    Pella, IA US
  • National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
    The Mississippi River meanders its way through the midwestern United States, fed by dozens of tributaries on its 2,500-mile sojourn from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico. The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium pays tribute to this mighty waterway with an array of immersive exhibits. Six large aquariums house river creatures from all over the world—giant catfish, turtles, and sturgeons—as well as saltwater inhabitants such as sharks, rays, and the retired cast of One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish. A touch tank invites little ones to handle snails, freshwater mussels, and crawfish. The Woodward Wetland gives vistiors a boardwalked path through a natural river ecosystem. Equally sensory is the 3D or 4D theater, which screens popular kids' flicks and documentaries. Other interactive exhibits allow visitors to pilot a barge, learn about floods, and walk along a 92-foot map of the river. Not all the museum's stars have fins, however. The National Rivers Hall of Fame honors the famous Americans who lived or worked along the Mississippi, such as Abraham Lincoln and Mark Twain. The Fred W. Woodward Riverboat Museum similarly offers a closer look at the historic schooners that once traversed the waterway.
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    350 E 3rd St.
    Dubuque, IA US
  • Keokuk Area Convention and Tourism Bureau
    For a trip to somewhere fun and educational, your kids will love this cultural site at Keokuk Area Convention and Tourism Bureau in Keokuk. Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    329 Main St
    Keokuk, IA US
  • Pumpkinville Corn Maze
    Sack races, hayrides, campfires, and other autumnal activities surround Pumpkinville Corn Maze, but those roaming the stalks might not be aware of them. Stretching up to 20 acres, the fourth-generation corn and soybean farm's maze often keeps adventurers twisting and turning for an hour, sometimes longer early in the season. Besides navigating to the maze's end, each trek doubles as a scavenger hunt with at least 20 challenges, such as getting a scarecrow to swear off scaring crows. Especially intrepid visitors can even enter the maze until 8 p.m., where only flashlights and the glowing moon guide them through the hushed labyrinth. Meanwhile, guests 10 and under can traverse the mini-maze in about 15 minutes for one dollar.
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    618 Center Ave S
    Mitchellville, IA US

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