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Des Moines caters to our desires to get moving with activities like rock climbing, trampolining, pedaling through the East Village and dancing.
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Ride a cable car to tri-state views, visit the country's largest all-volunteer arboretum, hike among limestone bluffs and more for free or low cost in Dubuque.
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In the Driftless Area of northeast Iowa, Decorah has become a magnet for freethinkers, nature-lovers and beer nerds. They’re proving you don’t need mountains to build a mountain town.
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Baseball fields, caves and the mighty Mississippi River provide a fun backdrop for a family-friendly Midwest weekend getaway to Dubuque.
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Iowa's capital is known for being home to the State Fair, but Des Moines also gives artists, foodies and explorers plenty to love.
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Hot summer nights were made for cold beer, cheap seats and oddball gimmicks. Grab a hot dog and settle in for the show at some of the region’s best minor league parks. 
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The U.S. Census Bureau just released its estimates of metro population growth. These Midwest cities topped the list.
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Homes, museums, parks and other destinations throughout the Midwest honor U.S. presidents such as Heartland residents Abraham Lincoln, Herbert Hoover and Harry S. Truman. Check out some of the places...
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If you’re in Cedar Rapids, get ready for cultural immersion! From Czech Village to the outlying Amana Colonies—with plenty of food, drink and market stops along the way—the second-largest city in...
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It’s going to be a busy summer. You’ll run out of weekends before you see all 12 of the spots (one in every state) that made the finals in our first-ever vote for the MIdwest’s greatest town.

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