Iowa Attractions November 25, 2017
This Enchanting Town In Iowa Is Unlike Any Other In The World
The nickname definitely fits. This is a quaint and delightful place to spend the day.
The local shops and restaurants in Iowa Falls offer the spirit of Iowa; welcoming and cozy.
You’ll feel right at home.
Foster Park is a great place to just unwind and relax.
With boat ramp access to the Iowa River, a huge playground area, and disc golf course, this historic park is simply beautiful.
Iowa Falls has their very own Estes Park and it’s adorable.
With a band shell, fountain, life-size statue of Bill Riley, and a playground, you’ll definitely want to visit.
If you are in the mood for amazing Mexican food during your visit to Iowa Falls, don’t miss Plaza Veracruz.
They’re here to prove that small-town Iowa has more to offer than your typical chain restaurant. They have fantastic service and great food. Try the Chili Verde or the Huevos con Chorizo.
The MOH, or Metropolitan Opera House is an important historical structure in Iowa Falls. It opened in 1899 with an audience of more than 800 people.
The MOH had a grand reopening in 2013 after it converted to digital projectors. Hugh Jackman attended to introduce The Wolverine. John Whitesell, the retired attorney who purchased the building in an attempt to save it, received a call from Jackman expressing appreciation for his relentless desire to save the old theater. Jackman gave introductions to two of his films in the theater as part of a promotional tour.
You’re gonna want to visit the Red Rooster Grill at 424 Oak Street in Iowa Falls. Fresh food, homemade pie, and the "best soup ever" await.
This is where you’ll get your perfect Iowa dinner.
This quaint Iowa town has just 5,000 residents, but is as delightful and welcoming as it needs to be to make you completely fall in love with it.
Iowa Falls has a well-deserved nickname: The Scenic City.
This North Central town is famous for its parks along the river and breathtaking views.
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