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Lost Island Waterpark General Admission

Lost Island Waterpark General Admission - Waterloo, United States

Duration: 1 to 4 hours
Location: Waterloo, United States

From USD
$28.28

Lost Island is the largest waterpark in Iowa! Walking through the gates at Lost Island will make you feel like you just stepped off a plane in some far away destination. We offer a wide range of attractions for all thrill levels ... More info ›

Lost Island is the largest waterpark in Iowa! Walking through the gates at Lost Island will make you feel like you just stepped off a plane in some far away destination. We offer a wide range of attractions for all thrill levels. Enjoy the Wailua Kupua - one of the first hydromagnetic watercoasters in the country! Splash around in Tsunami Bay, race your friends down Ta'Katipo, enjoy a sweet treat from Fiji Fruits and Snacks, or an adult beverage from Sulu sweets and libations. Before you leave, be sure to enjoy our Adventure Golf and Go-karts. Lost Island is the perfect place for birthdays, Family reunions, and company outings. We look forward to giving you a one of a kind waterpark experience!

Visit: Lost Island Water Park, Waterloo, Iowa

This tickets allows admission to the Lost Island Water Park. You can also explore Adventure Golf, Go-Kart and the Mermaid Experience for an additional fee during your visit.

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Low Cost Private Transfer From Seattle Tacoma International Airport to Kent City - One Way

Low Cost Private Transfer From Seattle Tacoma International Airport to Kent City - One Way - Kent, Iowa

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Kent, Iowa

From USD
$57.23

The perfect combination of low cost and private service from Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to your hotel or private address in Kent city centre.

Make sure everything for your trip is organized. Our driver will be there when you arrive and ensure your safe and fast transfer to Kent without you having to worry.
Do not worry about finding your way to the taxi’s while carrying a big luggage as your private driver will be waiting for you in the arrival terminal holding  a sign with your name on it ... More info ›

The perfect combination of low cost and private service from Seattle Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to your hotel or private address in Kent city centre.

Make sure everything for your trip is organized. Our driver will be there when you arrive and ensure your safe and fast transfer to Kent without you having to worry.
Do not worry about finding your way to the taxi’s while carrying a big luggage as your private driver will be waiting for you in the arrival terminal holding  a sign with your name on it. The driver will monitor your flight in case of delay. Once you arrived he will assist with your luggage and lead you to the car. After you and the driver double-checked the destination you provided us with he will take you straight to your destination in Kent. While driving you can enjoy the rural and urban areas of Kent and might pass by the famous White River Amphitheatre or the Lake Meridian.
To guarantee that no problems will occur we ask you to provide us with your flight number and the address of destination in Kent. With these details your private driver will monitor your flight and make sure to be there when you arrive. We will supply you with a travel voucher that you can present to your private driver.

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Personal Guided Tour of the Covered Bridges of Madison County

Personal Guided Tour of the Covered Bridges of Madison County - Winterset, United States

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Winterset, United States

From USD
$50.00

Travel the back roads through the heart of Madison County under the wing of one of our guide experts.  Madison County's world-famous covered bridges were the inspiration behind, and the setting of the novel by Robert James Waller and the 1995 film "The Bridges of Madison County", starring Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep. 
Six of the original 19 covered bridges remain, making Madison County the Covered Bridge Capital of Iowa. Five of the bridges are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Each 2-hour personal guided tour includes information about the construction and history of the bridges, the movie production, and a variety of local historical information.

You will meet your personal guide at the Madison County Chamber of Commerce's Visitor's Center on the town square in Winterset, where you can shop for souvenirs and use the restrooms before heading out on your tour.  Your 2-hour tour begins with a historical account of Winterset's downtown courthouse, town square, and famous past residents (such as George Washington Carver, former Vice President Henry A ... More info ›

Travel the back roads through the heart of Madison County under the wing of one of our guide experts.  Madison County's world-famous covered bridges were the inspiration behind, and the setting of the novel by Robert James Waller and the 1995 film "The Bridges of Madison County", starring Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep. 
Six of the original 19 covered bridges remain, making Madison County the Covered Bridge Capital of Iowa. Five of the bridges are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Each 2-hour personal guided tour includes information about the construction and history of the bridges, the movie production, and a variety of local historical information.

You will meet your personal guide at the Madison County Chamber of Commerce's Visitor's Center on the town square in Winterset, where you can shop for souvenirs and use the restrooms before heading out on your tour.  Your 2-hour tour begins with a historical account of Winterset's downtown courthouse, town square, and famous past residents (such as George Washington Carver, former Vice President Henry A. Wallace, and, of course, John Wayne). 
On the drive to the Roseman Covered Bridge, you will pass the Bauer Mansion, owned by Rose Acre Farms, where Oprah Winfrey stayed in 1995 during her "Long Lost Loves" episode. Walk through the Roseman Covered Bridge (also known as the Ghost Bridge), one of the sites used in the movie "The Bridges of Madison County". Hear all about the bridges and their origins. See the area of the Circular Wolf Hunt held in 1884, and hear about the Great Rattlesnake Hunt held in 1849. 
Visit the 72-acre Winterset City Park, home now of the Cutler-Donahoe Covered Bridge. Wander through the only English hedge maze west of the Mississippi, and over the stone bridge, which was also featured in the movie. Hear the origins of the Delicious Apple, discovered here in Madison County. If you are a big fan of the movie, The Bridges of Madison County, your tour guide can take you to other movie sites, such as the Northside Café and the Pheasant Run Pub & Grill (used as The Blue Note Lounge in the movie).

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Field of Dreams Movie Site Guided Home Tour in Dyersville

Field of Dreams Movie Site Guided Home Tour in Dyersville - Dyersville, United States

Duration: 30 minutes
Location: Dyersville, United States

From USD
$20.00

Enjoy stepping into the first level of the home of Ray and Annie Kinsella, set just as it was in the movie "Field of Dreams" for this live guided, 30-minute, group tour. Along with up to 10 individuals, you will hear stories in specific parts of the home to recollect the various scenes filmed inside the beautiful clapboard farm house built in the early 1900s ... More info ›

Enjoy stepping into the first level of the home of Ray and Annie Kinsella, set just as it was in the movie "Field of Dreams" for this live guided, 30-minute, group tour. Along with up to 10 individuals, you will hear stories in specific parts of the home to recollect the various scenes filmed inside the beautiful clapboard farm house built in the early 1900s. You'll learn how the idyllic farm was selected, what parts of the farmhouse changed for the movie, and insider secrets from the filming on the farm. Finally, the tour includes your turn on the swing on the famous porch, and photography (without flash inside the home) is encouraged.

Please book your group tour tickets for up to 10 visitors at least 24 hours in advance to check to see that your desired tour time is available. When you book, please notify the staff of any special occasions you are celebrating or whether any guest has special needs. The home is wheelchair accessible given advance notice. Arriving 15 minutes ahead of your tour time ensures you will be ready to enter the home when your guide is ready for you. When you arrive, please park down by the creek and walk up past the green sign that welcomes tour guests and through the white fence to the door on your right. If your tour time has not yet come, you are welcome to enjoy a seat on the porch while you wait. If any guest is disabled and possesses a disabled parking placard, the vehicle transporting that guest is welcome to park up past the green sign and along either side of the red barn. At the time of your tour, please ring the doorbell near the white screen door just inside the fence gate.
You will be asked to wear shoe covers and to leave any food or beverage in the foyer before your tour. Flash photography is not permitted inside the home and your guides will assist you with any photos you wish. Please use the portable restroom facilities (in season) prior to your tour. In emergencies, a toilet is available inside the home. All infants 2 and under are free but must be carried during the duration of the tour.
Even when the ballpark gift shop is closed from Dec. 1 - Mar. 31, you'll be able to purchase souvenirs in the gift shop annex inside the home. Your ticket price includes a special souvenir that's not available for purchase anywhere else in the world!

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Historic Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank Tours

Frank Lloyd Wright's Historic Park Inn Hotel and City National Bank Tours - Mason City, United States

Duration: 45 to 60 minutes
Location: Mason City, United States

From USD
$10.00

Is a 60-minute guided tour that showcases the hallmark details of the last remaining Frank Lloyd Wright designed hotel in the world, the Historic Park Inn Hotel, and one of two remaining Wright designed banks in existence, the City National Bank. Guests will be able to tour over 14 locations in the building – from the Lobby with its expansive 14’ original art-glass windows to the Billiards Room in the Gentlemen’s Lounge.
 
Tour guests will learn the amazing story of how an active group of citizens saved the historic hotel from the wrecking ball while walking the same halls as big band stars Jack Jenney and Glenn Miller ... More info ›

Is a 60-minute guided tour that showcases the hallmark details of the last remaining Frank Lloyd Wright designed hotel in the world, the Historic Park Inn Hotel, and one of two remaining Wright designed banks in existence, the City National Bank. Guests will be able to tour over 14 locations in the building – from the Lobby with its expansive 14’ original art-glass windows to the Billiards Room in the Gentlemen’s Lounge.
 
Tour guests will learn the amazing story of how an active group of citizens saved the historic hotel from the wrecking ball while walking the same halls as big band stars Jack Jenney and Glenn Miller. They will learn how the farm crisis and great depression caused the bank’s foreclosure. How the property survived the years in various forms by housing department stores, cafés, a radio station and barber shop, before finally being converted into apartments in the 1970s.

On this 1-hour tour, learn the history of Prairie architecture in Mason City, Iowa. Experience for yourself why Mason City has been named one of the world’s 14 best cities for architecture. Discover how Wright on the Park raised over $18,000,000 for the preservation of the hotel and bank. View the original art glass windows and skylights that look out over Central Park. Learn how the original space was converted to a 27-room boutique hotel and conference center. There is a museum across the plaza from the hotel detailing the restoration that includes a gift shop. After the tour book a room and stay the evening or make reservation at the 1910 grille.

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Rock Crest - Rock Glen Historical District Walking Tours

Rock Crest - Rock Glen Historical District Walking Tours - Mason City, United States

Duration: 45 to 75 minutes
Location: Mason City, United States

From USD
$10.00

Discover why Mason City, Iowa is ranked by Condé Nast Traveler as among "The World’s 20 Best Cities for Architecture Lovers". It was ranked the world's 8th most
important architectural destination by the luxury and lifestyle travel magazine ... More info ›

Discover why Mason City, Iowa is ranked by Condé Nast Traveler as among "The World’s 20 Best Cities for Architecture Lovers". It was ranked the world's 8th most
important architectural destination by the luxury and lifestyle travel magazine. A 60-minute guided tour showcases the hallmark details the largest collection of Prairie School-styled homes surrounding a natural setting.
While Mason City boasts two Wright properties, the George C. and Eleanor Stockman House and City National Bank & Park Inn Hotel, originally there had been plans for
more. Wright's departure to Europe in 1910 caused these plans came to a sudden halt. The vacuum created by Wright's withdraw brought other Prairie School architects to Mason City, many former Wright associates. Marion Mahony Griffin, Walter Burley Griffin, Barry Byrne, William Drummond and local architect Einar Broaten combined to create Rock Crest - Rock Glen.

On this 1-hour walking tour, learn the history of Prairie architecture in Mason City, Iowa. Experience for yourself why Mason City has been named one of the world’s 14 best cities for architecture. Discover how Frank Lloyd Wright's departure to Europe in 1910 led to the the first planned Prairie School development in America.
Tour Highlights:
• 1908 Wright designed & built the Stockman house in Mason City, IA, the third of his “Fireproof Houses” (after Tan-Y-Deri at Spring Green and the Stephen M. B. Hunt house in La Grange).
• 1910 William Drummond designed the Curtis Yelland house on River Heights Drive.
• 1912-14 Walter Burley Griffin designed and built Arthur Rule, Harry Page, Joshua Melson (castle), and James E. Blythe houses.
• 1914-16 Griffin designed and Barry Byrne supervised construction of Sam Schneider and Hugh Gilmore houses.
• 1914-16 Samuel Davis Drake house on Rock Crest designed and built by Einar Broaten, after Griffin designs were rejected for the site.
• 1917 Barry Byrne designed C. F. Franke house.
• 1959 Wright apprentice Curtis Besinger designed Usonian House for Tom MacNider.

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