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Cedar Rapids, IA Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 30
Total Sleeping Rooms 2,632
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 267
Committable Meeting Rooms* 27
Convention Center Space 80,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 30,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 28,754 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $86
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $51
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $389
*Maximum for a single hotel

Cedar Rapids, IA Things to Do and Attractions

National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library

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As the nation's leading museum to collect, exhibit, preserve and interpret Czech and Slovak history and culture, Cedar Rapids' National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library features interactive displays and rare artifacts pertaining to the themes of

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Cedar Rapids Museum of Art

Famous for its Grant Wood collection and nearby studio, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art houses more than 7,000 works of art spanning 2,000 years. The museum boasts a particularly strong collection of Roman portrait busts and 15th-century prints, and

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African American Museum of Iowa

Located by the Cedar River in downtown Cedar Rapids, the African American Museum of Iowa is known as one of the leading educational resources of African American history in the state. The museum traces Iowa's African American heritage from its

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Paramount Theatre

Built in the 1920s and restored to its original grandeur, the opulent Paramount Theatre in downtown Cedar Rapids serves as the home of Orchestra Iowa and showcases a gamut of concerts, dance recitals, a Broadway series and more. The 1,690-seat

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Theatre Cedar Rapids

Boasting a unique blend of historical design and modern amenities, Theatre Cedar Rapids serves as the area's largest community theater. Housed in the Iowa Theater Building, the 550-seat theater is known for its eclectic shows, as well as its private

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White Star Ale House

Serving a creative American contemporary menu in a cool, sleek space, the downtown White Star Ale House utilizes locally grown, fresh, seasonal and organic food and beverage throughout its menu options. Guests can choose from 36 beers on tap and at

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Cibo Fusion

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Known for its blend of Mediterranean and American cuisine, Cibo Fusion serves a variety of sandwiches, gourmet pizzas, pasta, salads and entrees in a sleek banquette-lined space. Entree options include pan seared Chilean sea bass with light lemon

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Cobble Hill

Inspired by Brooklyn streetside restaurants, Cobble Hill utilizes local products in its frequently changing menu. The downtown eatery boasts an open warehouse feel with its exposed brick walls, a soaring ceiling and open kitchen. Sample entrees

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Brucemore

Situated in the heart of Cedar Rapids, Brucemore serves as a fantastic example of historic preservation and community engagement. The house museum and community cultural center sits on a 26-acre park-like space, complete with formal and specialty

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NewBo City Market

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Opened in 2012 in the vibrant New Bohemia neighborhood, the NewBo City Market spans one full block and showcases local homegrown foods, art and more. The market centers around the 18,000-square-foot Rotary Hal, a permanent structure created in a

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Carl & Mary Koehler History Center

The Carl & Mary Koehler History Center connects the past, present and future of Linn County thanks to its interactive and changing exhibits, as well as its collection of more than 35,000 artifacts. Visitors are able to trace the development of Linn

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Ushers Ferry Historic Village

Operated by the Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation Department, the 10-acre Ushers Ferry Historic Village takes visitors back to a small Iowa town at the turn of the 20th century. Named after one of the earliest settlers in Linn County, Ushers Ferry

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Indian Creek Nature Center

The state's first and only private nonprofit nature center, Cedar Rapids' Indian Creek Nature Center provides a number of learning and leisure opportunities, as well as programs for all ages. The 200-acre wildlife refuge offers a unique glimpse into

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