W W W . V I S I T P E L L A . C O M 14 CENTRAL COLLEGE 812 University St. 641.628.9000 | www.central.edu Four-year, private, residential liberal arts college, bachelor’s degrees in 30+ majors, study abroad, & pre-professional programs. COX-SNOW RECITAL HALL 902 University St. 641.628.5236 | www.central.edu/finearts A 200-seat facility in which Central College students, faculty and outside musicians perform. DOUWSTRA AUDITORIUM 812 University St. 641.628.9000 | www.central.edu Venue for lectures, concerts and programs. KRUIDENIER CENTER 1004 University St. 641.628.9000 | www.central.edu/finearts The Kruidenier Center houses two theatres, a 200 seat main stage theatre and a 75 seat studio. MILLS GALLERY 400 West 1st St. 641.628.5334 | www.central.edu/finearts Offers a dynamic schedule of exhibitions featuring art from around the world and visiting artists’ lectures by regionally, nationally and internationally known artists. ROE CENTER 1104 University St. 641.628.9000 | www.central.edu Fully Green and LEED certified building. VERMEER SCIENCE CENTER 1008 University St. 641.628.9000 | www.central.edu Iowa’s first building to receive a leadership in energy and environmental design rating (LEED) from the U.S. Green Building Council in 2003. CENTRAL PARK GARDENS & SCULPTURES Between Main and Broadway St. 641.628.4571 | www.cityofpella.com Pella's Central Park is a treat for the eyes as you wander through stunning flower beds. You will see the iconic Tulip Toren, a tiered fountain, a massive sundial, seasonal garden art, a WWII cannon, a Civil War statue, an Information Windmill and more. CORDOVA OBSERVATION TOWER 1378 Hwy G-28 | Otley 641.627.5935 | www.redrockarea.com All year 7am-8pm daily Tallest observation tower in a public park in the midwest—106 feet tall, 170 steps to the top. FRISIAN FARMS CHEESE HOUSE 2098 Fisher Ave. | Leighton 641.204.2222 | www.frisianfarms.com Tour/watch us make a traditional artisan Gouda Cheese in our Cheese House, located on Hwy 163. GLADYS BLACK BIRD REFUGE Below the Red Rock Dam, (south side) off Jewell Dr. | 515.281.4815 April-November, closed December 1-March 31. This 38-acre refuge is prime habitat for bald eagles as well as neo-tropical migrants. www.gladysblackeagle.org HORN’S FERRY BRIDGE 198th Pl. near Howell Station 641.828.2213 | www.redrockarea.com Marion County’s first wagon bridge over the Des Moines River. The structure’s northern remnant is used as an observation area for viewing over-wintering bald eagles. IOWA SPEEDWAY 3333 Rusty Wallace Dr. | Newton 641.791.8000 | www.iowaspeedway.com Includes year-round racing in NASCAR, Indycar and driving schools. KLOKKENSPEL Half block east of square on Franklin St. 641.628.2626 | www.visitpella.com Mon–Sat 11am, 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 9pm Mechanical figures perform to the music of a 147-bell computer driven carillon. One of only a few animated musical clocks located in the U.S. KNOXVILLE RACEWAY 1000 N. Lincoln Street | Knoxville 641.842.5431 | www.knoxvilleraceway.com 27,000+ seats; weekly races Saturdays April through August and Late Model Nationals in September; Three classes of sprint cars: 305’s, 360’s and 410’s. MOLENGRACHT PLAZA & CANAL 700 Main St. 641.628.4173 | www.cityofpella.com The Molengracht Plaza, located in Pella's central business district, was built to replicate an authentic Dutch canal and is over 100,000 square feet. The better of two worlds, the Molengracht complex combines a 21st century entrepreneurial spirit with Old World charm. NATIONAL SPRINT CAR HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM One Sprint Capital Pl. | Knoxville 641.842.6176 | www.sprintcarhof.com Open 7 days a week, year-round. World’s only museum dedicated to preserving the history of big car, sprint car and super modified racing. ATTRAC ATTRAC