Dubuque, IA

National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium

Experience the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium including the William Woodward Discovery Center, the National Rivers Hall of Fame, the Fred W. Woodward Riverboat Museum (former Dubuque Boat and Boiler Works), the Boatyard, the Woodland Wetland and the diesel powered towboat LOGSDON and steamboat WILLIAM M. BLACK. This is an absolute must to every steamboat buff.

Directions:
National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium
Port of Dubuque
350 East 3rd St
Dubuque, IA 52001
Phone (563) 557-9545
Toll free (800) 226-3369
Opening hours: daily, Memorial Weekend - Labor Day 9 am - 6 pm, Labor Day - Memorial Weekend 10 am - 5 am (closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, Christmas Eve 9 am - 2 pm), admission $ 15.00, youth (3-17) $ 10.00, seniors (65+) $ 13
www.rivermuseum.com
www.americasriver.com
www.mississippirivermuseum.com

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National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium


Julien Dubuque Monument

The Julie Dubuque Monument, a National Historic Landmark, is dedicated to a pioneer settler of Iowa, who is also buried here. The place offers a breathtaking overlook over the Mississippi River and the City of Dubuque.

Directions:
Julien Dubuque Monument
Monument Drive
Dubuque, IA

Satellite picture and map at Google Maps:
Julien Dubuque Monument


Eagle Point Park

Wonderful park area on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi River and Lock & Dam 11, providing a spectacular tri-state view of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin.

Directions:
Eagle Point Park
Shiras Avenue
Dubuque, IA 52001
Phone (563) 589-4263
Opening hours: daily from first weekend in May through the fourth weekend in October 7 am to 10 pm, admission charged per vehicle
For current information contact www.dubuquechamber.com

Follow Rhomberg Av north, turn west on Shiras Av to the park entrance.

Satellite picture and map at Google Maps:
Eagle Point Park



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