Iowa is one of the few places in America where something is always going on. Throughout the year events are organized which keep tourists as well as locals involved. There is more to do and see that one person can do in one week or month here. This is the reason that thousands of new residents come to Iowa to become permanent residents of this place. There are numerous natural locations that bring nature lovers to this place. Apart from that there is the architecture that keeps people grabbed on to this place. Shopping is another top thing to do here, especially in the capital city of Iowa in Cherokee County.
There are numerous festivals that keep going on year along. In the month of February Des Moines is being organized in the capital city of Iowa that is a combination of multiple attractions, shopping and the famous culture of Iowa. The whole city is decked up for the annual festival that is organized in February. The playhouses are filled with numerous performances that bring people from all over the world. Another city of Iowa decked up in February is Ames where it is more about a family recreation instead of shopping. The University of Iowa organizes this and brings along musicals, concerts, sports. Museums and many other attractions. There are events such as the Farm Progress Show, Octagon Art Festival, Iowa Games events, VIESHEA and many others. Around valentine another famous event is organized in Preston to the delight of hundreds of couples from around America. The annual wine tasting festival brings the famous wine makers from all around America for the wine festival that brings together delicious chocolates and bakery items along with the all-time favorite wines. The Storm Lake winter festival which is popular among children’s, adults and senior citizens too. There are no ice games there are organized, but instead there are events such as snowmobile poker, broom ball, extreme bike ride and others. This place does not suffer extreme below freezing temperatures that are seen in Alaska, hence it is popular among the holiday crowd.