EASTERN IOWA TOURISM

Is this Heaven? No, this is Iowa!

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Sabula (Jackson county)

Information/Services

Jackson County Area Tourism Association
60488 Hwy 64, Sabula, IA 52070 * 800-342-1837
www.jacksoncountyiowa.com

Travel information center located in a replica of a one-room school house. Included are a local craft shop, playground and restrooms. Open April-October, Thursday through Sunday from 10 - 5.

Spillville (Winneshiek county)

Attractions

Bily Clocks Museum / Antonin Dvorak Exhibit
323 South Main Street, Spillville, IA 52168 * 563-562-3569
www.bilyclocks.org

Come and explore Spillville, the oldest CZECH Village in Iowa. Home of the Bily Clocks Museum/Antonin Dvorak Exhibit.

Spragueville (Jackson county)

Lodging

Whispering Meadows Resort
34580 100th Street, Spragueville, IA 52074 * 877-968-9747
www.whisperingmeadowsresort.com

Open year round. Enjoy fishing, hiking, biking, sledding, skiing and three housekeeping cabins with heat and air conditioning on 200 acres, 3 miles south of Springbrook, Iowa.

St. Donatus (Jackson county)

Information/Services

St. Donatus Historical Society
PO Box 66, St. Donatus, IA 52071 * 563-773-2480
www.gehlenhouse.com

Picturesque Luxembourg Village Gehlen House Bed & Breakfast and Kalmes Restaurant. See the largest collection of Luxembourg architecture outside of Europe in beautiful Jackson County.

Strawberry Point (Clayton county)

Information/Services

Strawberry Point Economic Development Fund, Inc
105 West Mission Street, Strawberry Point, IA 52076 * 563-933-4417
www.strawberrypt.com

Home of World’s Largest Strawberry, historic Franklin Hotel, and Backbone State Park. Strawberry Days second weekend in June, Bluegrass Festival last weekend in July, Historic 1888 Dinner third weekend in November.

Swedesburg (Henry county)

Attractions

Swedish American Museum
107 James Ave, Swedesburg, IA 52652 * 319-254-2317
www.swedishheritagesociety.org

The Museum honors Swedish immigrants of the 1860s-1920s with a museum, country store, huckster wagon building and stuga (cottage). Open 9-4 Mon-Tues and Thurs-Sat.

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