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There's so much to do in Waterloo.
After visiting the Grout Museum District, you won't want to miss these other area attractions. Make it a fun-packed day, leisurely weekend, or relaxing week of it.
Black Hawk Children's Theatre
This award-winning children's theatre presents productions for and starring children.
225 Commercial St.
Dan Gable International Wrestling Institute & Museum
More than 600 displays take you through the history of mankind's oldest sport, from ancient Greece through present-day Olympics.
303 Jefferson St.
Galleria de Paco
Fine dining meets fine art. Enjoy international cuisine under world-renown artist Paco Rosic's aerosol re-creation of the Sistine Chapel ceiling.
622 Commercial St.
The Isle Casino & Hotel
You can bet on fun with 1,100 sizzling slots, your favorite table games, four amazing restaurants and more.
777 Isle of Capri Blvd.
John Deere Operations
See John Deere tractors being made from start to finish on this one-of-a-kind tour.
3500 E. Donald St.
Lost Island Water Park
A tropical paradise awaits you at this 74-acre recreation park featuring water slides and attractions, two 18-hold miniature golf courses and go-kart racing.
2225 E. Shaulis Road
Phelps Youth Pavilion
At this children's museum, you and your children can explore the arts, and cultures from around the world, with creative, hands-on experiences.
Walk, rollerblade or bike the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area's more than 80 miles of recreational trails.
Waterloo Center for the Arts
Admire work by regional artists, as well as art of international importance, including the largest public collection of Haitian Art in the United States.
Waterloo Community Playhouse
The best in classics, modern comedies, dramas, musicals and mysteries take center stage at the oldest community theatre in Iowa.
225 Commercial St.
For a complete list of things to do in Waterloo, visit www.WaterlooCVB.org.