DES MOINES, IOWA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

DES MOINES, IOWA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

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3 Popular Attractions In Iowa

  • Reiman Gardens: Garden in Ames, Iowa.
    • Field of Dreams Movie Site: Field filmed in the movie “Field of Dreams” starring Kevin Costner, located in Dyersville, Iowa.
    • Amana Colonies: National landmark that consists of seven villages formed by German Pietists, who maintained an almost completely self-sufficient local economy for 80 years, located in Amana, Iowa.

    Iowa Facts:

    • Scranton is home to Iowa’s oldest water tower still in service.
    • Iowa’s only operating antique carousel is located in the city of Story City.
    • Iowa’s only fire tower is situated in Yellow River State Forest.
    • Iowa has produced nearly 20 Olympic athletes.
    Monthly normal high and low temperatures for various Iowa cities (°F)[91]
    City Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
    Davenport[92] 30/13 36/19 48/29 61/41 72/52 81/63 85/68 83/66 76/57 65/45 48/32 35/20
    Des Moines[93] 31/14 36/19 49/30 62/41 72/52 82/62 86/67 84/65 76/55 63/43 48/31 34/18
    Keokuk[94] 34/17 39/21 50/30 63/42 73/52 83/62 87/67 85/65 78/56 66/44 51/33 33/21
    Mason City[95] 24/6 29/12 41/23 57/35 69/46 79/57 82/61 80/58 73/49 60/37 43/25 28/11
    Sioux City[96] 31/10 35/15 47/26 62/37 73/49 82/59 86/63 83/63 76/51 63/38 46/25 32/13

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    Iowa's largest cities and their surrounding areas
    Recorded by the United States Census Bureau
    Rank City 2020 city population[104] 2010 city population[105] Change Metropolitan Statistical Area 2020 metro population[106] 2010 metro population 2020 metro change
    1 Des Moines 214,133 203,433 +5.26% Des Moines–West Des Moines 707,915 606,475 +16.73%
    2 Cedar Rapids 137,710 126,326 +9.01% Cedar Rapids 273,885 257,940 +6.18%
    3 Davenport 101,724 99,685 +2.05% Quad Cities 382,268 379,690 +0.68%
    4 Sioux City 85,797 82,684 +3.76% Sioux City 144,996 143,577 +0.99%
    5 Iowa City 74,828 67,862 +10.26% Iowa City 175,732 152,586 +15.17%
    6 West Des Moines 68,723 56,609 +21.40% Des Moines–West Des Moines
    7 Ankeny 67,887 45,582 +48.93% Des Moines–West Des Moines
    8 Waterloo 67,314 68,406 −1.60% Waterloo–Cedar Falls 168,314 167,819 +0.29%
    9 Ames 66,427 58,965 +12.65% Ames 124,514 115,848 +7.48%
    10 Council Bluffs 62,799 62,230 +0.91% Omaha–Council Bluffs 954,270 865,350 +10.28%
    11 Dubuque 59,667 57,637 +3.52% Dubuque 97,590 93,653 +4.20%
    12 Urbandale 45,580 39,463 +15.50% Des Moines–West Des Moines
    13 Marion 41,535 34,768 +19.46% Cedar Rapids
    14 Cedar Falls 40,713 39,260 +3.70% Waterloo–Cedar Falls
    15 Bettendorf 39,102 33,217 +17.72% Quad Cities

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    Iowa sports teams (attendance > 8,000)
    Team Location Avg. Attendance
    Iowa Hawkeyes football Iowa City 68,043
    Iowa State Cyclones football Ames 56,010
    Iowa State Cyclones men's basketball Ames 14,099
    Iowa Hawkeyes men's basketball Iowa City 12,869
    Iowa Hawkeyes wrestling Iowa City 12,568
    Iowa State Cyclones women's basketball Ames 9,573
    Northern Iowa Panthers football Cedar Falls 9,337

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    Des Moines is the capital city of Iowa. The gold-domed Iowa State Capitol building is among the 19th- and early-20th-century landmarks of the East Village area. The Des Moines Art Center is noted for its contemporary collections and Pappajohn Sculpture Park. Local produce and live music are draws at the Downtown Farmers' Market. The Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden has outdoor plant displays and a geodesic dome.

    Some of the places we explore are:

    The Blank Park Zoo, Des Moines Civic Center, East Village DSM, The Science Center of Iowa & The Iowa State Capitol Building.

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