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Bordered on two sides by the Mississippi and Missouri Rivers, Iowa is a Midwestern agricultural state filled with unique small towns, wedding venues, cafes, flea markets, lakes, resorts, and roadside attractions. Home to President Herbert Hoover and western film icon John Wayne, Iowa has its share of historic homes, monuments, and parks. Cultural attractions include world-class art museums such as the Figge in Davenport and the Brunnier in Des Moines. Iowa has an exciting array of attractions and cities just waiting to be discovered, including Dubuque, Iowa City, Ames, and Cedar Rapids. Book tickets to the city with Southwest Airlines Flights.


The Grotto of the Redemption is a religious shrine is located in the West Bend. The shrine is made of up nine mineral-rich grottos which depict scenes from the life of Christ. It is thought to be the largest grotto in the world. The site also features one of the largest collections of fossils, minerals, and petrification in the world. The rocks and minerals that make up the site are believed to be valued at over $4 million. There is an onsite museum that displays precious and semi-precious stones from around the world. The property offers tours of the shrine, a restaurant, a store, and campsites. Southwest Airlines are available for this city.


Crystal Lake Cave was discovered by miners in 1868 when they were looking for the lead near Dubuque, and the cave was eventually opened to the public as a tourist attraction in 1932. Visitors to the cave can participate in a guided tour that takes 30-45 minutes. The temperature inside the cave is always a cool 52°F and the cave itself has many interesting mineral formations, including helictites, stalagmites, rare anthodites, and more. For kids, the Gem Mining Sluice offers a fun chance for young visitors to learn about mining. There are an onsite gift shop and outdoor pavilion, which is great for picnics. Get the best deals to travel to the place with SWA Reservations.


This is an amusement park in Altoona. The family-owned park features over 100 rides, attractions, and shows. Some of the tallest and fastest rides in the country include The Monster and The Storm Chaser, which are sure to get the blood pumping in even the most thrill-seeking guest. Family-friendly rides include the classic Tilt-A-Whirl, a sky ride through the treetops, bumper cars, a carousel and more. Even the smallest thrill-seekers won’t be left out at Adventureland, with a variety of kiddie rides to keep them entertained for hours. Adventure Bay is the park’s water section and includes the largest wave pool and longest lazy river in the state of Iowa as well as many other attractions.

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