Historic Downtown Muscatine

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this area of Muscatine is a must to explore. Uniquely local restaurants and specialty shops, historic buildings, Pearl Plaza and the wonderful Mississippi riverfront all make up the big community heart of Muscatine.

The “core” downtown is considered to be the area from the riverfront on the south to Fourth Street on the north. Its eastern boundary is Mulberry Avenue and its western boundary is Pine Street. The general downtown “area” extends the eastern boundary to Mad Creek and the northern boundary on Mulberry Avenue to Sixth Street.

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Latitude: 41.423059 Longitude: -91.049031 Elevation: 613 ft
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Nick Cusick

Getting Here and Getting Around

Downtown Muscatine is located about 15 miles south of Interstate 80 along the Mississippi River. Approximate drive times: 5 hours to St. Louis, 5 hours to the Twin Cities, 3 1/2 hours to Chicago. Nearby cities include Davenport/Quad Cities (half-hour drive) and Iowa City (45-minute drive).


Accessibility Notes

The Muscatine Convention & Visitors Bureau office is wheelchair accessible.

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