- TripBuzz found 31 things to do with kids in or near Newton, Iowa, including 21 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pella, Altoona, Marshalltown and Des Moines.
- From Cardinal Lanes to Iowa Speedway, the Newton area offers 46 different types of family activities, including: Race Car Driving, Bowling, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
- Located in central Iowa, just thirty minutes east of Des Moines in the city of Newton. Home of the Iowa speedway, the city draws many motor and race enthusiasts from around the US. Other points of interest include the rolling green countryside at the local dairy farm and the cities many museums.
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709 S Center Street, Marshalltown, IA 50158 MoreLess Info
The Marshalltown Community Theatre presents a seasonally changing array of musical and dramatic productions. The group welcomes volunteers to participate in all aspects of the production process, and has been in operation in one form or another since 1932.
Offering varying slates of activities in summer and winter, Sleepy Hollow Sports Park is a large outdoor recreational facility. Summer visitors might enjoy sand volleyball, a climbing wall, or batting cages, while winter visitors might ski or sled.
Motorsport fans come to the Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa for hours of hi-octane, adrenaline-fueled fun. The Raceway hosts a variety of races, monster truck rallies, demolition derbies and concerts.
The Springwood 9 Theaters, also known as Fridley Theaters, offers guests the chance to enjoy first-run movies. The location offers both 2D and Real3D viewing experiences and guests can also host birthday parties at this location.
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1220 NW Prairie Ridge Drive, Ankeny, IA 50023 MoreLess Info
Prairie Ridge Aquatic Center is a water-based amusement center that features a pair of giant water slides, a kiddie slide, and a variety of other water games and attractions. The facility also offers open swimming.
The growth and development of Iowa is displayed through numerous exhibits at the State Historical Museum. Historic artifacts and documents show many stories of the people of Iowa along side the natural history of the region.
The Ankeny Community Theatre hosts seasonal theatrical performances throughout the year. Not only does the theatre company offer community members the chance to get involved in the productions, but it also hosts summer camps.