- TripBuzz found 9 things to do with kids in or near Marshalltown, Iowa, including 2 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Newton.
- From Marshalltown aquatic center to Totem Bowl, the Marshalltown area offers 44 different types of family activities, including: Bowling, Water Parks, Movie Theaters and Theaters.
State Park-George Wyth Memorial is a park featuring a number of facilities and amenities to its visitors. Guests commonly camp at one of the 69 camping units, bike or walk on the 5.5-miles of trails, or kayak in the lake.
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.
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.
RaceAway Hospitality is a fan-run, national race-day organizer for passionate NASCAR fans. Fan experience packages include accommodations, chartered transport to the track, tickets, and food and beverages in the Hospitality Village. All ages are welcome and pit-passes are often available.
Featuring an 18-hole miniature golf course, Palmer's Family Fun is an entertainment complex with go-karts, batting cages, driving range, archery tag, and other attractions. The center has an inflatable jumping pad for kids to play on.
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Pella, Iowa's Historical Village, Vermeer Windmill & Scholte House is a living history museum. Its two-story main building is available for docent-guided tours. Each tour lasts roughly 45 minutes. Visitors are also welcome to explore many parts of this attraction on their own.
The Pella Historical Society is a group dedicated to preserving and promoting the local history of the area. Tours are offered of the many local historical attractions, including a history museum, flower gardens, and the childhood home of Wyatt Earp.
The Vermeer Mill was constructed in 2002 in the local historic district, based on the windmills familiar in old Europe. An actual working facility, guides offer tours and insight on the milling process and its history in the area.