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  •    Davenport Skybridge. A pedestrian cable-stayed bridge that spans River Drive in downtown Davenport. It provides views of the Mississippi River, its bridges and the downtown area.
  •    Figge Art Museum, 225 W. 2nd St.,  +1 563 326-7804. Tu-F 10AM-5PM, Th 10AM-9PM, Su 12PM-5PM. The Figge has a collection of approximately 3,000 works that includes works from the Renaissance to contemporary art, with particular strengths in American Regionalist, Mexican Colonial and Haitian Art. In addition, the Figge now houses the over-12,000-piece collection University of Iowa Art Museum. Adults $7, Seniors (60 and older)/students with ID’s $6, Children (ages 3-12) $4, Free to members.
  •    German American Heritage Center, 712 W. 2nd St.,  +1 563 322-8844. Tu-Sa 10AM-4PM, Su 12PM-4PM. Housed in a former hotel where German immigrants lived when they first came to Davenport, it features an interactive, audio-visual permanent exhibit, “The German Immigrant Experience,” which takes visitors on an exploration of what it was like to be an immigrant to the region in the 1800s. The exhibit is interactive and includes a theater, audio-visual stations, artifacts and two restored hotel rooms. Adults $5, Seniors $4, Children (ages 5-17) $3, Free to members.
  •    International Fire Museum, 2301 E. 11th St. (Village of East Davenport). May 1-Oct 31, W&Sa 10AM-2PM. The museum opened in 1986 in the former Hose Station Number 4. The museum houses fire fighting memorabilia including a 1951 Mack pumper that belonged to the city of Riverdale, Iowa.
  •    LeClaire Park (River Drive along the Mississippi River downtown). Davenport has fought long to maintain this riverfront as a nice place to see. You can stroll along the River and watch bald eagles fish in the wintertime, or pleasure boats and barges work the channel in the summer. LeClaire Park is home to a bandshell where various festivals and concerts are held. Free.
  •    Nahant Marsh, 4220 Wapello Ave.,  +1 563 323-5196. Nahant Marsh is a 265-acre preserve in southwest Davenport. It is part of a 513-acre wetland complex that is bordered by the Mississippi River, Interstate 280, and Highway 22. The marsh area encompasses different wetland community types including bottomland forest, open-water habitat, and a marsh–all surrounded by suburban, industrial, and agricultural land. The Nahant Marsh Education Center was formed to educate the public about this local ecosystem.
  •    B.J. and Mabel Palmer Residence, 808 Brady St.,  +1 563 324-1933. M-Sa 10AM-5PM, Su Noon-5PM. The residence was home to B.J. and Mabel Palmer from 1912 until their deaths in 1949 and 1961. They developed the chiropractic profession and Palmer College of Chiropractic, which owns the house. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1984 because of the uniqueness of the porch, a showplace of the Palmer collections. The house holds a fraction of the collections once owned by the Palmers, who were known for their collecting mania. $5.
  •    Putnam Museum, 1717 W. 12th St.,  +1 563 324-1933. M-Sa 10AM-5PM, Su Noon-5PM. The museum features five exhibit halls plus changing traveling exhibitions. Black Earth/Big River is an interactive display of ecosystems of the Upper Mississippi River Valley; the Hall of Mammals lets you see and hear life-like African and Arctic animals in their natural settings; River, Prairie and People explores the history of the Quad Cities region; and the Asian/Egyptian Gallery explores the mysteries of ancient civilizations and includes a 3,000 year-old mummy. The National Geographic Giant Screen Theater is five stories high and seven stories wide, and features both 2D and 3D films. Adults $7, Senior/Student/Military $6, Youth $5, Free to members; extra charge for movies.
  •    River Music Experience, 129 N. Main St.,  +1 563 326-1333, e-mail: feedback@rivermusicexperience.org. The RME is a non-profit performing arts center providing opportunities for the community to listen, learn, and play music.
  •    Vander Veer Botanical Park, 215 W. Central Park Ave. (Located between Brady and Harrison Streets and Lombard Street and Central Park Avenue). The 33 acre park was established as Central Park in 1885 on the site of the old Scott County Fairgrounds. The Botanical Conservatory offers various floral displays during the year. The Municipal Rose Garden, which features almost 145 different varieties, is an All-America Rose Selections garden. The Hosta Glade is one of the first gardens registered as an American Hosta Society National Display Garden. And the All-America Selections Display Garden is one of 180 public gardens in the United States, Canada, and Japan that grow AAS winners for display. The Children’s Sculpture Garden was established in 1999 and the renovated Grand Allée was dedicated in 2001. Free.

Figge Art Museum

Rhythm City Casino

River Music Experience

Palmer College of Chiropractic


German American Heritage Center

Modern Woodmen Park

Rock Island Centennial Bridge

Government Bridge

Genesis Medical Center West

B.J. and Mabel Palmer Mansion

Vander Veer Botanical Park

Mississippi Valley Fairgrounds

St. Ambrose University

Genesis Medical Center East

Putnam Museum

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About Davenport


Under the Köppen climate classification, Davenport is considered to have a humid continental climate (Dfa). Summers tend to be very warm to hot with high levels of humidity. Winters have cold temperatures and often high winds. Snow is likely to fall from November through February, however it has been know to snow as late as April. Average snowfall in Davenport is 30.7 inches (78 cm) per year. January is on average the coldest month, while July is the warmest. The highest temperature recorded in Davenport was 103 °F (39 °C) on July 18, 2006. The lowest temperature, −22 °F (−30 °C), was recorded on February 2 and February 3, 1996. Spring and Autumn can be difficult seasons to dress for as the days can be quite warm while the evenings can be quite cool.

Flooding can occur along the Mississippi River due to the lack of a flood wall. During the Great Flood of 1993, the river crested at 22.63 feet (6.90 m) on July 9, nearly 8 feet (2.4 m) above flood stage. Flooding, however, only affects the river front parks and River Drive in the downtown area. Most of the city is above the bluffs that overlook the river and most of the city below the bluffs is not directly affected.


  •    Mississippi Valley Fair, 2815 W. Locust St.,  +1 563 326-5338, fax: +1 563 326-3111. Late July-Early August. This is essentially a large-scale county fair. It includes a midway with rides and games, concessions, livestock and other 4-H events. The grandstand hosts high-quality, nationally and internationally known performers. Most of the entertainers are Country-Western singers with at least one Rock music night. Admission to the grandstand is by FunCard only. Contact the fairgrounds for information..
  •    Rhythm City Casino, 101 West River Drive,  +1 563 328-8000. Open 24 hours. The Casino features 900 slot machines and video poker, including Super Times Pay, Spin Poker, Multi-hand play, 14 table games, Hit Parade Buffet and Twist 'N Shop Grab 'N Go.

Convention Center

  •    RiverCenter, 136 E. 3rd St.,  +1 563 326-8500, fax: +1 563 326-8505, e-mail: promotions@riverctr.com. The facility flanks East Third Street and hosts events throughout the year that include events geared towards the public, as well as trade shows and conferences. The Iowa/Illinois Regional Auto Show takes place annually in early February. The Adler Theatre is also a part of the complex (see below).


  •    Quad-Cities Beaux Arts Fair, e-mail: beauxartsfair@gmail.com. Sa 10AM-5PM, Su 10AM-4PM. Fine art of all kinds is available at two festivals that are held in May and September in front of the Figge Art Museum Plaza on 2nd Street. The festivals include juried fine art and fine crafts, musical entertainment, a children's art project area, and a food court. Free Admission to the Art Fair.
  • Riverssance Festival of Fine Art +1 239 728-4289, e-mail: christine@midcoast.org. Sa 10AM-5PM, Su 10AM-4PM. Held annually in September in Lindsay Park in the Village of East Davenport showcases paintings, prints, ceramics, glasswork, leather, wood pieces and more. The juried two-day festival includes live entertainment, a wine garden, food vendors and a children's art tent. $4 - 12 years and older, free - 11 years and younger..


  • Bix Beiderbecke Memorial Jazz Festival +1 563 324-7170, toll-free: +1 888 BIX-LIVS, e-mail: info@bixsociety.org. Held in early August at various locations in Davenport, this jazz festival honors Davenport native Bix Beiderbecke.
  • Quad City Symphony Orchestra, 327 N. Brady St.,  +1 563 322-0931, fax: +1 563 322-6864. Box Office: M-F 8:30AM-4:30PM. Since 1915. Subscription concerts are held at the Adler Theatre in downtown Davenport on Saturday nights and Centennial Hall on the the campus of Augustana College in Rock Island on Sunday afternoons. The Riverfront Pops Concert is held in LeClaire Park in early September.


  •    Adler Theatre, 136 E. 3rd St.,  +1 563 326-8500, fax: +1 563 326-8505, e-mail: rcat@riverctr.com. The Adler Theatre is a 2,400 seat performing arts center that is adjacent to the RiverCenter. It was opened as the RKO Orpheum on November 25, 1931. The Art Deco style theater was designed by A.S. Graven of Chicago, and Henry Dreyfuss of New York City designed the interior. Restoration of the old RKO Orpheum began in 1981 and further renovations, which included increasing the size of the stage, took place in 2005 and 2006. The theater is home to the Quad City Symphony Orchestra and Ballet Quad Cities. It also hosts Broadway touring companies and other productions and performances. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  •    New Ground Theatre, 2113 E. 11th St.,  +1 563 326-7529. New Ground is housed in the Village Theatre in the Village of East Davenport. It stages contemporary and original theater in the Quad Cities.


  • Ballet Quad Cities, 613 17th St, Rock Island,  +1 309 786-3779. Based in Rock Island, the ballet performs at a variety of venues throughout the Quad City region, including the Adler Theatre.


  •    Centennial Park (River Drive along the Mississippi River just west of downtown.). The park features a boat ramp, basketball courts, playground, skateboard park, spray park, gazebos, cricket and rugby fields, and a dog off leash area. Free.
  •    The River's Edge, 700 W. River Dr.,  +1 563 322-5220. The facility is the only indoor ice facility in the Quad Cities. It features over 70,000 square feet of frozen playing surfaces, indoor turf field, indoor golf range, team rooms, food service, meeting space and lobby area.


  •    Duck Creek Golf Course, 3000 E. Locust St.,  +1 563 326-7824. The golf course is an 18-hole, par 70 course. It is a 140-acre (0.57 km2) course and is 5,759-yard (5,266 m) long. The course features mature trees and rolling hills. 18-holes: $13-19; 9-holes $9-13.
  •    Emeis Golf Course, 4500 W. Central Park Ave.,  +1 563 326-7825. The golf course is an 18-hole, par 72 course. It is a 155-acre (0.63 km2) course, 6,500-yard (5,900 m) long, and built on gently rolling hills. It is Davenport’s most challenging public golf course, and has hosted the qualifying rounds for PGA Tour's John Deere Classic. 18-holes: $14-20; 9-holes $10-14.

Off-road biking / Equestrian trails

  •    Sunderbruch Park, 4675 Telegraph Rd. The park features off-road biking trails with difficulty ranging from green to black diamond in its seven mile (11.2 km) system. The green trails are two miles (3.2 km) of wooded scenery. It features a few small log crossings, one ladder bridge and one corduroy feature. The blue trails provide moderate changes in elevation, some rooted and off-camber terrain and a variety of corduroy sections and log crossings. The black trails have more challenging ascents and descents in elevation, creek crossings, narrow winding trails, roots, skinnies, drops and multiple log crossings. In addition to the biking trails there are also 4.5 miles (7.24 km) of equestrian trails.

Professional Baseball

  •    Quad City River Bandits, 209 S. Gaines St.,  +1 563 322-6348, fax: +1 563 324-3109, e-mail: Bandit@RiverBandits.com. Minor league baseball team that plays in the Single "A" Midwest League. Games are played in the iconic Modern Woodmen Park along the Mississippi River and the Centennial Bridge.

Road Race

  • Quad-City Times Bix 7 +1 563 383-2489. Held the last weekend in July, it features a variety of road races and culminates in a seven mile foot race through the hills of eastern Davenport.


  •    Bix Bistro, 200 E. 3rd St.,  +1 563 322-5000, e-mail: BixBistro@hotelblackhawk.com. Breakfast 6:30AM-10:30AM, Lunch 11AM-2:30PM, Dinner 5PM-10PM. The restaurant is located within Hotel Blackhawk and was chosen as a 2012 and 2013 Award of Excellence recipient by Wine Spectator. Try the Cinnamon Brined Iowa Pork Chops, which are now on the menu at the White House in Washington, DC. $10-39.
  •    The Boat House, 1201 E. River Dr.,  +1 563 326-3663. Open for lunch, dinner and drinks. The restaurant is located on the Mississippi River with outdoor tables in the warmer months. $5-31.
  •    Café Indigo, 4925 Utica Ridge Rd.,  +1 563 359-5211, fax: +1 563 359-5212. M-Tu Private parties only, W-Sa 8AM-9PM, Su 8AM-2PM (Breakfast only). American cuisine with fresh ingredients, unique dishes, full flavors in a comfortable setting.
  •    Duck City Bistro, 115 E. 3rd St.,  +1 563 322-3825. M-Sa 5PM-?. A big city bistro in the heart of the Quad Cities. Duck City uses fresh ingredients and features an ever changing menu. $9-22.
  •    The Machine Shed, 7250 Northwest Blvd,  +1 563 391-2427. M-Sa 6AM-10PM, Su 7AM-9PM. Dedicated to the American Farmer. Featured on the Travel Channel’s “Food Paradise” recognized as one of the “Best Breakfast in America.” $5-26.
  •    The Phoenix of Davenport, 111 W. 2nd St.,  +1 563 323-2345, fax: +1 563 323-323-5008, e-mail: info@ThePhoenixofDavenport.com. Restaurant and Martini Lounge $9-29.
  •    Woodfire Grill, 131 W. 2nd St.,  +1 563 324-2227. M-Th 11AM-9PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM, Su 5PM-10PM. The eclectic Americana menu features selections flavored by hickory and oak wood-fired grills. $12-30.

Bar & Grill

  •    Boozies Bar & Grill, 114 1/2 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 328-2929. Two level bar and grill, yet somehow cozy. Great hamburgers. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  •    Creekside Bar & Grill, 3303 N. Brady St.,  +1 563 324-4619. M-Su 2PM-2AM. Large screen televisions, Live music, Karaoke on the weekends, drink specials and expanded menu.
  •    The Filling Station, 305 E. 35th St. (One block west of Brady Street),  +1 563 391-6954. M-Sa 11AM-11PM, Su 9AM-8PM. Popular bar and grill with service station memorabilia throughout. The menu includes sandwiches, salads, burgers, pizza and Mexican.
  •    Front Street Brewery, 208 E. River Dr.,  +1 563 322-1569. M-Th 11AM-11PM, F-Sa 11AM-12AM, Su 11AM-9PM. The oldest brew pub in the state of Iowa features updated pub food and good beer brewed on the premises. $7-14.
  •    Jersey Grille, 5255 Jersey Ridge Rd.,  +1 563 344-4747. M-Su 11AM-2AM. Local eatery and bar with good food and service. $8-22.
  •    Kelly's Pub and Eatery, 2222 E. 53rd St.,  +1 563 322-1569. M-Su 11AM-2AM. Popular bar and grill with an Irish theme. Celebrates St. Patrick's Day in a big way. $9-15.
  •    Me & Billy Kitchen and Bar, 200 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 323-1195, e-mail: info@meandbilly.com. M-Sa 11AM-2AM. A bar-restaurant with an open, urban feel. Burgers, sandwiches and salads. Steak and seafood served after 4 PM. Good sized beer list, wine and cocktails. $3-15.
  •    Sippi's Fine Food & Cocktails, 406 W. 2nd St.,  +1 563 323-3911. M-Sa 11AM-Close. A solid bar and grill located downtown. $7-22.


  •    Dynasty Buffet, 5388 Elmore Circle (Just north of Sleep Inn off of 53rd St. & Elmore Ave.),  +1 563 355-4848. M-Su 11AM-10PM. A wide variety of international cuisine including seafood, American, Chinese, made-to-order Mongolian stir fry, sushi bar, prime rib, soup, full salad bar and full dessert bar. Good buffet food. All you can eat for one price. Discounts for seniors and children under 12..
  •    Exotic Thai, 2303 E. 53rd St.,  +1 563 344-0909. M-F 11AM-3PM, 5PM-10PM, Sa 11:30AM-10PM, Su 11:30AM-9:30PM. Since 2002 Exotic Thai has provided a consistently excellent level of quality food, service, and dedication to authentic Thai cuisine. $7.49 per person.
  •    Shogun Japanese Sushi & Steakhouse, 3839 N. Brady St.,  +1 563 388-0810. M-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM, Su 12PM-10PM. Fairly good sushi rolls and sashimi as well as hibachi.
  •    Tantra Asian Bistro, 589 E. 53rd St.,  +1 563 445-8898. Open for lunch and dinner. Great food, fabulous atmosphere with excellent wait staff. Lots of vegetarian options. $5-11.
  •    Osaka Steak House, 4901 Utica Ridge Rd.,  +1 563 355-1115. M-Sa 11AM-10PM, Su 11AM-9PM. Sushi rolls, sashimi, hibachi and other Japanese favorites. $5-75.


  •    Azteca, 4811 N. Brady St.,  +1 563 386-6689. Good quality Mexican style food; full bar.
  •    Ganzo's Mexican Restaurant and Cantina, 3923 N. Marquette St.,  +1 563 445-7833. Friendly, popular Tex-Mex eatery; full bar. $1.25-17.
  •    Los Agaves, 3852 N. Brady St.,  +1 563 386-5949. Very good quality Tex-Mex style food; full bar.
  • Rudy's Tacos. Tex-Mex; a Quad City institution


  •    Antonella's, 112 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 359-4411. M-F 11AM-2PM, 4PM-10PM, Sa 11AM-12AM, Su 4PM-10PM. Authentic Italian pizza, pastas and other entrées.
  • Davenport is the hometown of Happy Joe's Pizza & Ice Cream Parlors.
  • Harris Pizza. A Rock Island-based pizza restaurant noted for it's "Quad City Style" pizza.
  •    Van's Pizza Pub & Grill, 3333 N. Harrison St.,  +1 563 386-0090, e-mail: info@vanspizzapub.com. A neighborhood restaurant & bar that features made from scratch, thin crust pizza and signature cocktails. They also offer appetizers, pastas, entrees and a wide assortment of beers, signature martinis and wines by the glass or bottle. $6-16.
  •    Wise Guys, 2408 E. 53rd St.,  +1 563 359-1200. Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM. Quad City style or Chicago Deep Dish pizza, as well as sandwiches and Henny Penny Chicken.


  •    Downtown Deli, 330 N. Main St.,  +1 563 332-7301. Many sandwiches to choose from along with soups and salads. They also serve breakfast. Daily specials; eat-in or carry-out.
  • Hungry Hobo. Quad City-based sandwich shop that serves sandwiches on bread baked fresh from the Hungry Hobo bakery, salads, soups and baked potatoes.
  •    Village Corner Deli, 1030 Mound St. (Village of East Davenport),  +1 563 323-2333. M-F 10AM–5PM, Sa 10AM–3PM. A quality deli with a variety of breads, meats, cheeses, veggies, and condiments. They also serve soups and salads.


  •    Country Style, 1640 W. 53rd St.,  +1 563 388-2061. Since 1947, a local soft-serve ice cream shop.
  •    Cupcakes Muffins & More, 110 E. 2nd St.,  +1 563 323-5166. The name says it all; family owned and operated.
  •    Lagomarcino's, 2132 E. 11th St. (Village of East Davenport),  +1 563 324-6137. Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM. Turn of the century ice cream parlor and confectionary. Fine home made chocolates as well as soups and sandwiches. Winner of the James Beard America's Classics Award.
  • Whitey's Ice Cream. A Quad City tradition since 1933.


  •    11th Street Precinct Bar & Grill, 2108 E. 11th St. (Village of East Davenport),  +1 563 324-9545. Happy Hour: M-Th 4PM-6PM. The bar and grill have been in business for over 30 years and the facility was recently expanded and renovated. They are able to accommodate private parties, feature seven large High Definition flat-screen TVs, and live music every Friday and Saturday night with no cover charge. Grill: $5-25.
  •    Bleyart's Tap, 2218 E. 11th St. (Village of East Davenport),  +1 563 324-1661. M-Th 1PM-1:30AM, F 1PM-2AM, Sa 12PM-2:00AM, Su 12PM-1:30AM. Friendly neighborhood bar. TVs to catch the game.
  •    Carriage Haus, 312 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 322-1162. M-Tu 4PM-9PM, W 4PM- 10PM, Th 4PM-2AM, F 3PM-2AM, Sa 6PM-2AM. Popular nightclub
  •    Circle Tap, 1345 W. Locust St.,  +1 563 322-9276. Don't be fooled by the outside. It looks a little dingy, but it's a popular neighborhood bar. Excellent ribs
  •    DaVinci's Cafe & Cocktails, 116 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 424-4563. Happy Hour 3PM-6PM every day.
  •    Great River Brewery, 332 E. 2nd St.,  +1 563 343-5300. What started as a brew-pub in Iowa City in 2004 became a full-fledged brewery in Davenport in 2009. Join them to try their brew.
  •    Kilkenny's Irish Pub, 300 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 322-8584.
  •    Mac's Tavern, 316 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 324-6227. A traditional bar with a cool vibe.
  •    Mound Street Landing, 1029 Mound St. (Village of East Davenport),  +1 563 323-1200. M–F 2PM-2AM, Sa 11AM-2AM. Friendly bartenders, great bar food and live music every Saturday.
  •    Shenanigan's Irish Pub, 303 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 323-3642.
  •    Stadium Club Bar and Grill, 2828 Brady St.,  +1 563 322-3500. A place to watch your favorite sports teams.


  •    Cafe d' Marie, 614 W. 5th St.,  +1 563 323-3293. Specialty coffees, breakfast quiche and pastries, fresh homemade soup and sandwiches, salads, vegetarian options including hummus wraps, organic whole leaf teas, all fruit smoothies, juices, etc.
  •    Downtown Central Perk, 228 W. 3rd St.,  +1 563 324-9560. Coffee house and vegetarian restaurant in downtown that serves direct trade specialty coffee and tea.
  •    East Village Coffee Café, 1104 Jersey Ridge Rd.,  +1 563 424-5506. M-W 6AM-5PM, Th-F 6AM-9PM, Sa 6:30AM-9PM, Su 6:30AM-5PM. Coffee and other beverages, sandwiches, wraps and desserts.
  •    Urban Grind, 221 Brady St.,  +1 563 324-9559. Specialty coffees, pastries, fresh homemade soup and sandwiches, salads.


  •    Bucktown Center for the Arts, 225 E. 2nd St.. W–Sa 11AM–6PM; During Final Fridays open until 9PM. Located at the corner of East 2nd and Pershing, this historic building now houses a number of art studios.
  •    Elmore Avenue and East 53rd Street. Shopping district made up of big-box stores and strip malls.
  •    Freight House Farmers Market, 421 W. River Dr.,  +1 563 322-6009. Year-round Tu 3PM-6PM, Sa 8AM-1PM. Located in an historic railroad freight house, you will find farm fresh fruits, vegetables, delicious baked goods, poultry, beef, lamb, pork, cheese, wine, eggs, honey, jams, jellies, dips and salsas, candy, fresh cut and dried flowers, seeds, bedding plants, annuals and perennials, house plants, amazing art pieces, homemade soaps, doggie treats, beautiful heritage quality crafts, and you could even enjoy a massage from a licensed massage therapist. The offerings change as the seasons do.
  •    NorthPark Mall, 320 W. Kimberly Rd.,  +1 563 391-6773. M–Sa 10AM-9PM; Su 12PM-6PM. A regional mall that is anchored by Dillard's, JC Penney, Sears, Von Maur, and Younkers.
  •    Village of East Davenport (North of East River Drive on the east side of the city). An historic district on the National Register of Historic Places that was started as an independent community in 1851 and became a part of the city of Davenport within five years. Today it is a shopping and entertainment area that features local shops, restaurants and bars.

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