The National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library opens visitors up to a far reaching examination at the way of life.
The gardens are manicured and vibrant, the mansion contains both hand-carved accents and rare materials.
This museum houses an impressive collection of artist Grant Wood, a Cedar Rapids native.
Marble walls encase you with intricate metal work, accenting the masonic works housed within.
Time to relax and treat yourself to some great eats, great drinks, and maybe some hunting for antiques.
The National Czech & Slovak Museum and Library has permanent and rotating exhibits that shed light on Czech and Slovak culture found in Iowa and beyond.
Czech Village and New Bohemia are two historic downtown neighborhoods also known as The District.
Palisades-Kepler State Park is one of the top places to visit to explore the outdoors in Cedar Rapids, located on the Cedar River.
The African American Museum of Iowa strives to highlight, embolden, and illustrate the continuing history of African American culture.