Please be aware that Daylight Saving Time
(DST) changes in Iowa do not necessarily occur on the same date every year.
In Iowa, DST starts on the 2nd Sunday in March and ends on the 1st Sunday in November.
Facts About Iowa
Information for Travelers
Iowa, a midwestern US state, lies between the Missouri and Mississippi rivers.
Iowa has many things to be proud of with its landscape of rolling plains and cornfields.
It's the nation's biggest corn producer, but it's probably best known for its distinct Midwestern charm.
From the state capital of Des Moines to the second largest city, Cedar Rapids, Iowa welcomes visitors.
There are also several state parks, such as Maquoketa Caves, for an adventure.
The state has plenty of scenic landscapes, such as Madison County Bridges, to inspire your more creative side.
Those who visit Iowa, and those who call it home, agree that there is something special about the state that keeps people coming back.
The Cedar Rapids City Museum of Art has paintings by Iowan native Grant Wood.
While exploring Iowa, you can find attractions such as the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium to enrich your knowledge.
Operated by the Dubuque Historical Society, the National Mississippi River Museum and Aquarium features collections, exhibits and live animals that reflect the cultural and geological importance of the mighty Mississippi River and all the national rivers that define the country.
Read about Iowa in Wikipedia