View seven of the Worlds Largest Metal Sculptures, with the eight in progress being built in Regent, at the Enchanted Castle. The seven sculptures include the Worlds Largest Metal Sculpture (in the Guinness Book), Geese In Flight. Travel the 30 mile stretch of road called the Enchanted Highway at exit 72 south off of interstate 94, and view the rest of the metal sculptures, Deer Crossing, Grasshopper in the Field, Fisherman's Dream, Pheasants on the Prairie, Teddy Rides Again, the Worlds Largest Tin Family, and in Regent, view the Whirligigs and the sculpture in progress the Knight and Dragon. While in Regent stop at the Enchanted Highway Gift Shop for an ice cream cone and pick up a souvenir of the sculptures. while in Regent, stay at the Enchanted Castle for the evening, and enjoy a meal and drink. Then when in Regent take a tour of the Hettinger County Museum. Come down the Enchanted Highway, and we guarantee that you will be enchanted.
Comfort, convenience and style converge here at the Fairfield Inn & Suites Lenox Great Barrington/Berkshires. You'll be delighted with our contemporary hotel accommodations, which include free Wi-Fi, pillowtop mattresses and well-lit workspaces, as well as microwaves and mini-fridges. Start your day here in Great Barrington with our free hot breakfast, or visit our hotel's on-site fitness center and indoor pool.
In the heart of the Bluegrass is the charm and beauty of the entire state distilled into one community: Georgetown/Scott County, centrally located in the golden triangle of Cincinnati, Louisville and Lexington. An image that describes the Georgetown area best is a sleek thoroughbred racehorse grazing a lush Bluegrass paddock. Thoroughbreds are just one of the many breathtaking attributes in and around Georgetown. With its American flags, hanging flower baskets and picturesque Victorian-era downtown buildings, historic Georgetown exemplifies small town America. Discover our southern hospitality, friendly faces and social atmosphere.
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Welcome to the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden where exploring, explaining and celebrating the world of plants is our mission. Tropical and temperate gardens make us an oasis in the heart of downtown Des Moines. Whether you visit on your own or explore with a group, you will find the Botanical Garden a place where you can learn about fascinating plants, hone your gardening skills or immerse yourself in beautiful gardens.
Hancock Shaker Village brings the Shaker story to life and preserves it for future generations. Go back in time, forward in thought. Living history museum in the Berkshires of Western Massachusetts.
Welcome to Ohio's natural crown jewels, where unsurpassed beauty takes eco adventure seekers along miles of trails, waterfalls, prehistoric caves and spectacular cliff-top vistas. Music fills the hills May through September at family friendly festivals celebrating the history and Appalachian culture of the region.
Hotel Grand Victorian offers timeless elegance with Victorian charm, consistently providing comfortable and stylish rooms. It is the people of Hotel Grand Victorian who will make your experience truly exceptional. All of our rooms feature mini fridge, microwave, coffee makers, LED TV with cable television, sitting table and chairs, free high-speed wireless cable, a clock radio with alarm, and smoke detectors. AAA rated for your assurance of top quality and comfort.
Hotel Grand Victorian offers indoor and outdoor pools, indoor corridors, elevators, game room, business center, and a hearty, hot complimentary breakfast for our guests which is a great value and afternoon Tea and cookies with our Victorian china for a light afternoon treat.
Our well-trained staff eagerly waits to serve you and provide a truly memorable experience.
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Situated in the historic J.C. Penney building on Winterset's courthouse square, the Iowa Quilt Museum offers changing exhibits of American quilts dating from the 1800s to present day. The museum is also the official headquarters of the Quilts of Valor project. The museum is open year-round, Mondays to Saturdays from 10 am to 5 pm, and Sundays from 12-4 pm.
When you think of American icons, John Wayne is always at the top of the list. Wayne was born in the town of Winterset, Iowa. His birthplace home and the only museum in the world dedicated to the Hollywood legend are located in Winterset as the award-winning John Wayne Birthplace and Museum. Every year the museum celebrates Wayne's birthday with a festival in May. In the past 34 years, over a million visitors have journeyed to Madison County to tour the birthplace home and museum, including President Ronald Reagan and movie legend Maureen O'Hara. Located at 205 S. John Wayne Drive in Winterset, the museum is open daily from 10 am to 5 pm, excluding major holidays.
Joslyn Art Museum has been a premier center for the visual arts for over 80 years. With art from ancient times to the present, with an emphasis on 19th- and 20th-century European and American art and Art of the American West, there's something for everyone. Families can check out an Art Pack to take into the galleries . . . it will be your guide as you explore a theme of your choice, from architecture to Impressionism. The outdoor garden galleries, including the kid-friendly Discovery Garden, offer a welcome view of over 20 artworks in the fresh air. Young visitors will love the exhibitions of original art by children's book illustrators in the Mind's Eye Gallery. Major temporary special exhibitions are offered annually, along with concerts, lectures, events, classes, mobile and guided tours, and more. The Museum features a café and shop and is fully accessible. General admission to Joslyn is free to everyone during all public hours. Additional charge for some special exhibitions.
Explore the wonders of the Kankakee County! With 57 miles of winding river, rural and urban destinations, rich history and natural beauty, there is so much to enjoy. We host more than 60 festivals and events throughout the year, each offering its own unique blend of heritage and fun. See our website for updates and additional information.
Conveniently located in the heart of Missouri, Lake of the Ozarks is the Midwest's premier lake resort destination, offering world-class boating, golfing, shopping and fishing, and a wide variety of lodging, restaurants, state parks, and other recreational activities to suit any budget and taste. Lake of the Ozarks vacations are defined by the Lake and its many waterfront accommodations, restaurants, recreational and entertainment venues.
At Lake of the Ozarks you can be as lively or laid back as you want to be. Bring your family, your friends and your colleagues to discover Central Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks.
LaunchPAD Children's Museum is the perfect play and discovery destination as you travel through the Sioux City area at the at the junction of Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota. Located conveniently a few blocks from Interstate 29 at the Wesley Way exit, LaunchPAD's interactive, hands-on educational exhibits are targeted for children 10 and under, but are fun for the entire family! Discover STEM concepts and learn about the Sioux City area while playing with the one-of-kind water table, the giant climber, the big block wall and construction zone, the wind zone, the pretend pizza cafe and the performing arts/TV studio. Learn about food and agriculture in the big farm and market activity areas! Open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. and Sunday 12 noon-4:30 p.m. Extended hours on Thursday until 7 p.m.
The 260-acre Arbor Day Farm is located one hour south of Omaha. Lied Lodge overlooks the farm, offering visitors a nature-inspired setting, award-winning dining, and exceptional accommodations. Indulge in a spa treatment. Sip on some Arbor Day Farm wine. Swim in the Olympic-sized indoor pool. Walk the trail to the farm and explore Tree Adventure (with a 50-foot tree house), the Apple House Market, and Arbor Lodge Mansion.
The Lodge was originally designed and built by the Arbor Day Foundation to serve as a space for like minds to gather and discuss trees, conservation, and environmental stewardship. Today, you will find that happening amid family reunions, business conferences, weddings, vacations, and more.
Overflowing with history and tradition, Little Falls is a place where young and old alike immerse themselves in the many attractions and events that speak of life along the banks of the mighty Mississippi. Here, where memories have been made, we invite you to come and make your own.
Whatever you enjoy doing most, Little Falls is the place to be. Whether it's visiting our historic attractions and museums, experiencing the town's original murals and frescoes or taking in the great outdoors, we can help you plan the perfect getaway in Little Falls. You may just want to come and spend a lazy day or two along the Mississippi River enjoying our parks and strolling through historic downtown where you'll love browsing our friendly shops. Call the Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau at (800) 325-5916 or visit LittleFallsMN.com for more information.