- TripBuzz found 20 things to do with kids in or near Dyersville, Iowa, including 18 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Dubuque and Galena.
- From Field of Dreams to National Farm Toy Museum, the Dyersville area offers 39 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Sports Facilities/Fields, History Museums and Parks.
- Dyersville is a small town located in eastern Iowa. Though small in size the area is big on charm and nostalgia. Film buffs visit the town year round to see the famed baseball field used in the Hollywood blockbuster film 'Field Of Dreams.' Other points of interest include a farm toy museum, a Roman Catholic basilica and local shopping and dining.
Originally built for the film of the same name, the Field of Dreams is now a landmark in Dyersville, Iowa. The white clapboard house that sits next to the baseball diamond also features heavily in the 1989 film, which was nominated for an Academy Award.
Dyersville, Iowa is home to the National Farm Toy Museum. The institution's collections feature thousands of farm-related toys from throughout the world, including vehicles, human and animal figurines and scenery elements. It is an excellent vacation stop for toy enthusiasts.
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211 S Bench Street, Galena, IL 61036 MoreLess Info
The Galena Historical Society & Museum is a historical museum dedicated to educating the public about the history of Galena. The museum showcases a variety of exhibits such as a Ulysses S. Grant exhibit and a Vicksburg Flag exhibit.
Wanting to bring art and culture to the patrons of Dubuque, Mindframe Theater presents a selection of independent art film as well as mainstream feature films. The theater is also available for private event and party rentals and offer a full concession stand to movie-goers.
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11764 John F. Kennedy Road, Dubuque, IA 52001 MoreLess Info
Featuring nine high-altitude zip lines, Sky Tours at YMCA Union Park Camp combines the thrill of ziplining with informative tours of the Union Park area. Visitors will hike and zipline through a tour of the historic park.