Iowa Map Of Blood Testing Facilities
Blood Testing Centers In State
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Johnson County, Iowa
- Labcorp Center, 2615 Northgate Dr Ste B, Iowa City, Johnson County, IA, 52245
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Muscatine County, Iowa
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Polk County, Iowa
- Labcorp Center, 11208 Aurora Ave Bldg 12, Urbandale, Polk County, IA, 50322
LabCorp Blood Testing Centers In Scott County, Iowa
- Labcorp Center, 3400 Dexter Ct Ste 205, Davenport, Scott County, IA, 52807
- Labcorp Center, 5359 Eastern Ave, Davenport, Scott County, IA, 52807
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Polk County, Iowa
- Quest Center, 11319 Aurora Ave, Urbandale, Polk County, IA, 50322-7908
Quest Blood Testing Centers In Scott County, Iowa
Every four years the nation turns its attention to the “Hawkeye State” early in the year since Iowa holds the first caucus in the Presidential race later in that year. In fact, the numerous candidates often begin to campaign in Iowa several months in advance of the nation’s first primary race.
But there is more to Iowa than that unique political distinction – far more. Once known as the breadbasket of America (the state is still the nation’s largest corn producer), Iowa’s economy has diversified into biotechnology, manufacturing, and become a hub for many financial and insurance service companies. Also, Iowa is home to several historical sites, cultural attractions, and geological wonders, and scenic landscapes that are marvels of the power and beauty of Mother Nature.
Let’s take a look at a few of the attractions that give Iowa such a special and unique allure:
- The Iowa State Capitol Building. The gold-domed Iowa State Capitol building in Des Moines is a potent symbol of today and is also filled with the rich history and elegance of the Hawkeye State. The State Capitol Building is home to all three branches of the Iowa state government: The Iowa Senate, the Iowa House of Representatives, the Iowa Supreme Court, and the Iowa governor. Built in 1870, the building is jammed-packed with artwork, historical artifacts, and a broad range of Iowa exhibits. The architecture, wooden walls that display numerous types of Iowa wood, the marble floors, and the picturesque view of downtown Des Moines all add up to a memorable experience.
- Des Moines Art Center. Opened in 1948, The Des Moines Art Center has been providing a broad range of artwork for art lovers to enjoy. From Japanese prints, sculptures, and impressionist paintings, pieces from well-known historical and current artists, architectural displays, and works of photography, the center is a compilation of art that will keep you immersed for hours.
- True Crime Stories Walking Tour Unsolved murders, bootleggers, and colorful characters. Discover the dark underbelly of Iowa's capital city on a guided, one-hour history tour. Des Moines is known as a welcoming, friendly city, but there's always been a rougher side to the city, as this tour will explain. This downtown tour takes you past buildings that share stories about notorious crimes and famous bank robbers, and listen to the chilling narratives. From a century-old cold case involving the murder of a Des Moines police officer, tales from the Prohibition era, the stories about the city’s murderers, bank robbers, and notorious criminals, this is a tour unlike anything else. Take the True Crime Stories Walking Tour – if you dare!
- The Bridges of Madison County. Located approximately 30 miles southeast of Des Moines, Madison County is the site made famous by the best-selling book The Bridges of Madison County by Iowa native author Robert James Waller. The book resulted in a movie version with the same title released in 1995 and starred Clint Eastwood and Meryl Streep. Prior to the massive publicity, the bridges were not considered anything special by the local residents. Built between 1850 and 1900, originally there were six bridges, and five remains and all five are on the National Historic Register. Enjoy a tour of the bridges via the Covered Bridges Scenic Highway, a relaxing 82-mile trek that offers a panorama of Iowa’s rural beautiful scenery. If you are in the area in October, check out the Madison County Covered Bridge Festival. After you've spent a sunny afternoon exploring and photographing the covered bridges, it's well worth your time to check out Winterset's Historic Town Square. Madison County is the birthplace of John Wayne and a museum dedicated to The Duke is well-worth visiting.
- Davenport Skybridge. If there was a “must-see” in the Hawkeye state, the Davenport Skybridge fits that definition to a “T.” The Skybridge is a 575-feet long, cable-stayed bridge, inaugurated in 2005, with a construction cost of 7 million dollars. Panoramic views of the famed Mississippi River and the city are visible from here. The kaleidoscope lighting within the bridge adds to the charm of the place. It has 228 LED fixtures and 8,036 individual lights, and the color of the lights is constantly changing. On major festivals like the 4th of July, the colors of the lights are changed to red, blue, and white to celebrate the occasion. Visit this bridge for a surreal experience.
- National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium. Located in Dubuque and operated by the Dubuque Historical Society, the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium boasts of being part aquarium, part museum, and part science center, this place has something for everyone. The museum hugs the shore of the mighty Mississippi River and highlights the ecological and commercial importance of the massive river. The museum is filled with multiple exhibits, a gripping and engrossing 4D theater, an impressive collection of live animals, and historical exhibits like a blacksmith shop.
- Field of Dreams Movie Site. The iconic movie Field of Dreams, starring Kevin Costner, was filmed here in 1989 and this makes a stop at this movie site mandatory. The site is located near Dyersville, near Dubuque, and has a scenic background that will make it easy to understand why this area was chosen for the movie filming. Enjoy the exhibits and don’t forget to take pictures!
- Amana Colonies The Amana Colonies of Eastern Iowa consists of seven villages that take visitors on a fascinating trip back in time and away from the modern world. The history of the Amana Colonies dates to the mid-1800s when German Pietists (a branch of Lutheranism that combines an emphasis on biblical doctrine with the emphasis on individual piety and living a vigorous Christian life) founded the settlement to attempt to find the freedom to practice their religion. In a manner similar to the Amish, the Amana Colonies created a society of their own that guarded their community against the modern, secular influences that they wanted no part of. The Amana Colonies is recognized as a National Historic Landmark, and visitors can experience their culture through historical buildings and shopping in their local businesses for souvenirs, and enjoying the local cuisine.
- Herbert Hoover National Historic Site. Located in the small town of West Branch, the home of the 31st President of the United States, Herbert Hoover, is a captivating montage of exhibits, historical buildings that appear to be frozen in time, and natural areas that remember and celebrate the life of the only president to come from Iowa. The park is also home to the gravesite of Herbert Hoover and First Lady Lou Henry Hoover. Plan on not being in a hurry when you visit the Presidential Library and Museum and discover little-known facts about this quiet, unassuming man who defied the odds and rose from humble beginnings to the White House.
- Grotto of the Redemption. While you are in West Bend, don’t overlook The Grotto of the Redemption. Also called the West Bend Grotto, it is comprised of nine separate grottos all built from precious stones and gems and handcrafted by a local pastor and a few other helping hands. No matter your denomination or religion, the West Bend Grotto is an impressive example of what one man with a mission can accomplish in a lifetime. The grotto is open to the public every day of the year.
- Maquoketa Caves State Park. Caves are captivating on many levels. The science of the geology of cave formation is engrossing, and the hidden nature of caves is an invite to explore along with a sense of adventure and a bit of danger. To experience the world under the earth, the Maquoketa Caves State Park offers the chance to step back eons of geological time and gain a new appreciation of Mother Nature’s patience and power. Dozens of caves beckon for your exploration. Maquoketa also offers numerous hiking trails, picnic areas, and campgrounds. Discover the geology of cave formations and park history at the park’s interpretive center.
- American Gothic House. Located in Eldon, approximately 40 miles from the Missouri state line, the house is home to American Gothic, which shows a farmer and his wife outside their single-story white home. This image has captivated people across American and the world. Created by Iowa native Grant Wood, an Iowa native, the house is also home to several of his many other artworks. Take the time to pose for a picture as the dour farmer or his dutiful wife in front of the house!
- Register's Annual Bike Race Across Iowa (RAGBRAI). With a rich history spanning over five decades, Iowa is known nation-wide for this week-long bike race marathon that crosses the entire state. An acronym for the Register's Annual Bike Race Across Iowa, RAGBRAI is the oldest, largest, and longest recreational bicycle tour in the world, and has become a true Iowa tradition. This annual summer event attracts thousands of cyclists, but it is not a race. Rather, it is an extended bicycle ride where each rider can proceed at their own pace. In fact, most riders prefer to ride at a relaxed pace and enjoy the scenery, the small-town atmosphere, and the community celebrations along the route. The route changes every year, and the cities and small towns selected for overnight stops transform into a major block party. RAGBRAI is a seven-day excursion that covers 468 miles.
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