Places you should visit atleast once in Des Moines
Despite chilly Midwestern winters, the Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden remains a year-round top attraction thanks to..
Greater Des Moines Botanical Garden
In 2009, John and Mary Pappajohn, a Des Moines venture capitalist and his wife, provided funding for and donated more than 30 sculptures to the Des..
John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park
Stretching 25 miles and winding its way through five cities, the High Trestle Trail is a decommissioned railroad line..
High Trestle Trail
The Iowa State Capitol is a favorite of sightseers and history buffs thanks to its grand exterior and ornate interior
Iowa State Capitol
A hit with locals and visiting families, the Blank Park Zoo sits on 49 acres, 22 of which are home to animal facilities..
Blank Park Zoo
According to past visitors, the Science Center of Iowa is a great place to bring curious kids
Science Center of Iowa
Learn all about Midwestern rural life at this outdoor history museum, which spans 500 acres
Living History Farms
It started in 1976 with just 15 vendors and has since grown to nearly 300 vendors and an average of 25,000 visitors each Saturday
Des Moines' Downtown Farmers' Market
A companion site to the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park, the Des Moines Art Center features a collection of..
Des Moines Art Center
If you're traveling with kids, consider spending a day at Adventureland Resort
For a taste of the outdoors, head to Gray's Lake Park
Gray's Lake Park