Private, co-educational liberal arts college offering bachelors degrees in 36 majors.812 University Street
Tallest observation tower in a public park in the Midwest: 106 feet tall, 170 steps to the top!1378 HWY G-28, Otley, 50214
Small farm producing artisan Gouda Cheese, tours by appointment.2098 Fisher Avenue, Leighton 50143
Eight four-foot mechanical figures perform at regular intervals to the music of a 147-bell carillon.Half block east of square on Franklin Street
Iowa’s largest reservoir. Enjoy boating, hiking, camping, biking, fishing, birdwatching, and more!1105 North HWY T-15, Knoxville, 50138
Waterway and working drawbridge surrounded by beautiful Dutch architecture.700 Main Street
Tri-plex movie theater with stadium-style seating, concessions and new releases.708 Main St.
Tour the tallest working grain windmill in the U.S., plus 21 historic buildings including the childhood home of Wyatt Earp.507 Franklin Street
Built in 1900, this renovated historic theater still hosts events, tours, and performances.611 Franklin Street
The restored Pella Depot is a transportation site used to portray items of historical importance to Pella Corporation. Open Mon-Sat, 8a-5p.102 Main Street
*House currently closed for renovations* Tour the founder of Pella’s 1847 mansion or enjoy Maria’s Tea Room (fee applies); beautiful gardens behind the home are free and open to the public.728 Washington Street
Open for To-Go purchases only.
Tasting, tours, and food service are not available at this time.
Masks are required please.
Downtown Central Park square.
Stage for Pella’s annual Tulip Festival
The Thomas Tuttle Cabin was built by settlers in 1843, prior to the Dutch immigration, and is the oldest residence in Pella. Tours by appointment.607 Lincoln Street
Chronicles the history of Vermeer Corporation, and its environmental, agricultural and industrial equipment lines. Open M-Th, 8a-4p.1210 E Vermeer Road
14-mile multipurpose trail stretching from Pella to (and past) Lake Red Rock.Pella and Lake Red Rock