One could just be a visitor to town to meet some old friends or some could come in to relive the good old days. But one thing that shouldn’t be missed is taking some time to visit and experience the town’s attractions and have a sumptuous meal at any of the different dining place.
The To-Do-List at Cedar Falls
- Ice House Museum
The Ice House museum give us a lot of knowledge on human live before the refrigerator was invented. The archives and arts are ice preserved. All ages enjoyed the well preserved tools that were once used to carve out ice in Cedar River.
- Hearst Center for the Arts & Sculpture Garden
The Hearst Center is only of the most visited and experienced venue by more than two million people since 1989. The galleries, the sculpture garden and then a lunchtime concert and a theatre series at the arts facility completes a day as beautiful as it can get.
- Downtown Cedar Falls
Downtown Cedar Falls main attraction is the winding Main Street which has about 40 authentic domestic shops and 18 multi cuisine yet one-of-its-kind restaurants to dine in. The shops showcase right from recycled products to the most modern clothing, highlighting different artists from all around the globe.
Cedar Falls Accent Culinary Arts
- Scratch Cupcakery
Scratch Cupcakery display more than 200 variety of flavour swivels depending on the time of year. A Salted Caramel Pumpkin Cupcake for adults and Candy Corn Crunch Cupcake for the kids would be much relished during the Fall season. Their main attraction is the Cupcake Milkshake.
A few streets away from Scratch is Montage in downtown Cedar Falls, which delivers a wonderful dining treat to all customers. The diner focuses mainly on seasonal food and also ingredients like Iowa Chop and Hansen’s Dairy Ice cream, that speaks a lot about Iowa, thus giving visitors a fabulous and satisfactory day.