- Our list of the best things to do in Bettendorf, Iowa, features the top 86 nearby activities — including 34 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bettendorf, IA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Outdoor Places.
- The results below include the top 5 things to do within the city of Bettendorf, IA , followed by 81 popular activities in nearby cities, including Davenport, Rock Island, Moline, Clinton, Le Claire, Muscatine and Walcott
Dubuque, Iowa is home to the Eagle Point Park, a city park that covers 164 acres. Sitting on the Mississippi River, Eagle Point is a popular destination for picnics, hikes, dogwalking, cookouts and family fun. Amenities include restrooms, a large playground, tennis courts and a band shell.
Clinton, Iowa is home to the Wide River Winery, a popular small-batch winery known for its quirky wine naming conventions. Its top sellers are 'Sweet Justice' (a sugar-fortified breakfast wine), 'Mis Chievous' and 'Conviction.'
A branch of Fridley Theatres, Muscatine's Plaza Theatres features first-run moviesthroughout the multiplex. The theater features stadium seating, digital video and sound, and 3D for select films. It also offers a variety of concessions.
Located in Weed Park, Muscatine Aquatic Center is known for being chilled-out, with all the pools and the slides for your young ones. It makes for a fantastic summer spot. Locker rooms and snack bar are available.
Sticks N' Stones Bar & Billiards takes billiards seriously while being a friendly bar featuring special free-pool and free music nights, Beer Pong, 9 ball Friday night and 8 ball Sunday night tournaments, and on-site cue repair services.
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117 West Second Street, Muscatine, IA MoreLess Info
Muscatine History & Industry Center is a museum dedicated to educating the public on Muscatine's industrial history. The museum showcases several exhibits on a variety of industrial topics, such as exhibits on Monsanto and Bandag.
Known as the Pearl Button Capital of the World, Pearl Button Museum features exhibits that display the tools of shell cutters from the early 1900s. The museum also hosts exhibits that highlight the history of industry giants like Monsanto.