The Pryor House Bed & Breakfast
802 Center Street, Shelby, IA, United Stateshttp://www.pryorhousebedandbreakfast.com712-207-2768
Willow Creek Glass Chapel
4072 325th St, Shelby, IA, United Stateshttp://www.willowcreekglasschapel.com(712) 483-2435Willow Creek invites visitors to come and experience our chapel, which is surrounded by trees, native grasses, winding paths, and flowerbeds. We can boast that it is the only glass chapel in the state of Iowa. The chapel and barn offer serenity abounding with birds and wildlife, which make their homes here everyday
Botna Bend Park
42926 Mahogany Rd, Hancock, IA, United Stateshttp://www.pottcoconservation.com/parks-and-habitat-areas/botna-bend-park(712) 741-5465The towering deciduous trees and open green spaces invite outdoor enthusiasts to this unique 119 acre park nestled in Hancock, IA. Plan a day trip to view the peaceful Nishnabotna River and area wildlife or stay the night and enjoy the quiet camping areas. Botna Bend Park also features beautiful prairie hiking trails, playground, horseshoe pits, and volleyball & basketball courts.
Museum of Danish America
2212 Washington St, Elk Horn, IA, United Stateshttp://www.danishmuseum.org(712) 764-7001Visit the Museum of Danish America in Elk Horn, Iowa, and explore the unfolding experiences of Danish immigrants, their descendants and Danes living in America.
Prairie Rose State Park
680 Road M47, Harlan, IA, United Stateshttp://www.cityofharlan.com/ParksandRecreation.htm(712) 773-2701Progressive local churches and the Parks and Recreation Board oversee multifaceted recreational programs featuring volleyball, softball, basketball, soccer, flag football, swimming and baseball.
Arrowhead County Park
Neola, IA, United Stateshttp://www.pottcoconservation.com/parks-and-habitat-areas/arrowhead-parkArrowhead Park is the perfect destination for anyone wishing to spend time in nature. This 147 acre family-friendly park is located in Neola, IA and has a wealth of fishing, camping and outdoor recreation opportunities, including a playground, basketball and volleyball courts, woodland hiking trails and wildlife viewing.
DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge
1434 316th Ln, Missouri Valley, IA, United Stateshttp://refuges.fws.gov(712) 388-4800DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge is located in the migratory bird corridor of the Missouri River floodplain and provides essential habitat for resident, migratory and endangered species. High quality floodplain forest, grassland, wetland, sandbar and riverine habitats support diverse and productive populations of migratory waterfowl, shorebirds and neotropical birds, as well as rare, threatened and endangered species including the pallid sturgeon, piping plover and least tern.
Joslyn Art Museum
2200 Dodge St, Omaha, NE, United Stateshttp://www.joslyn.org(402) 342-3300An eclectic collection of works beginning with Greek pottery and moving through Europe and into American Western art and finishing in the 20th century. 2200 Dodge Street, Omaha, NE 68102, (402) 342-3300
Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium
3701 S 10th St, Omaha, NE, United Stateshttp://www.omahazoo.com(402) 733-8401Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo, 3701 S 10th Street, Omaha, NE 68107, (402) 733-8400, Zoo Business Office: (402) 733-8401
Union Pacific Railroad Company
1400 Douglas St, Omaha, NE, United Stateshttp://www.up.com(402) 544-5000The Union Pacific Railroad (reporting mark UP) is a Class I line haul freight railroad that operates 8,300 locomotives over 31,800 route-miles in 23 states west of Chicago, Illinois and New Orleans, Louisiana. The Union Pacific Railroad network is the largest in the United States and is serviced by 45,400 employees
Historic Dodge House
605 S 3rd St, Council Bluffs, IA, United Stateshttp://www.dodgehouse.org(712) 322-2406In the fall of 1961, the house of General Grenville M. Dodge was designated a National Historic Landmark. This special honor was bestowed upon the home of General GM Dodge, not because of the house itself, but rather because of the man who lived in it. To achieve this designation the site must have local, state, and national significance. The General's home was not only the first national landmark in Council Bluffs, but is the only registered National Historic Landmark in the city. Currently there are 24 National Historic Landmarks in Iowa; the Historic General Dodge House has the distinction of being the second site in the state of Iowa to receive this honor.
Museum of Religious Arts
2697 Niagara Trail, Logan, IA, United Stateshttp://www.mrarts.org(712) 644-3888Our Mission is to educate and inspire those longing to revisit their religious heritage through skills of artisans in Judeo/Christian art and artifacts. The most beautiful art in the world has been motivated by religious ferver. The Museum's purpose is to preserve what is in danger of being lost.
Loess Hills State Forest
206 Polk Street, Pisgah, IA, United Stateshttp://www.iowadnr.gov/Destinations/StateForests/LoessHillsStateForest.aspx(712) 456-2924Loess Hills State Forest is located in west-central Iowa in Harrison and Monona Counties. It is comprised of 4 units totaling 11,266 acres. The Little Sioux Unit, 3,627 acres, lies between the towns of Little Sioux and Pisgah. The Preparation Canyon Unit, 3,994 acres, is located north of the Town of Pisgah. This unit has a small lake with good fishing. An overlook, constructed in 1997 with REAP monies, provides visitors with a spectacular view of the forest, the Missouri River Bottomlands, and Nebraska.
Breezy Hills Vineyard
31735 Tamarack Ave, Minden, IA, IA, United Stateshttp://www.breezyhills.com(712) 485-2083Breezy Hills Winery is a family owned and operated vineyard and winery founded in 2004 by Darrell and Roberta Morse. ownersThe three acre vineyard is planted to cold climate varietals that are used as the source of many of the award winning wines produced in the onsite winery.
Loess Hills Vineyard & Winery
1120 Old Lincoln Hwy, Crescent, IA, United Stateshttp://www.loesshillsvineyardandwinery.com(712) 545-3054Loess Hills Vineyard and Winery is a family owned business committed to providing high quality wines and outstanding customer service. Following the Midwestern traditions of hard work and strong values, Loess Hills Vineyard and Winery emphasizes hands-on processing, resulting in exceptional products for our customers.
Prairie Crossing Vineyard & Winery
31506 Pioneer Trail, Treynor, IA, United Stateshttp://www.prairiecrossingwine.com(712) 487-3812At Prairie Crossing Vineyard and Winery we truly believe that a great wine starts in the vineyard. From spring pruning to fall harvest the vineyard is worked by hand to produce the grapes processed in the winery. Pruning begins in March while the vines are still dormant. Using pruning shears and loppers each vine is reduced to a mere skeleton of what it was during the past growing season. As bud break brings each vine to life in late April the routines of canopy management and monitoring the overall health of the vineyard begin. New growth is positioned on the trellis wires, shoots are thinned and leaves are pulled in order to expose the developing grape clusters to the sunlight. As harvest nears netting is applied to reduce bird predation and the grapes are tested for sugar content, acid level, and pH. At harvest a picking crew removes each grape cluster by hand and sends the buckets of grapes to the winery for processing.