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So much to do, so little time

Stand at the Dubuque County Court House in the center of downtown and you are within five miles of:

  • Dubuque ConcertIllinois or Wisconsin (head just over the bridges for great getaway to historic Galena, Ill., or Platteville, Wis.)
  • The National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium, an affiliate of the national Smithsonian Institution, with its new 4-D theater experience.
  • Dubuque Fighting Saints USHL Hockey, opening their inaugural season in the new 3,200-seat Mystique Ice Center.
  • The Town Clock Plaza, home to free outdoor music and festivals from May through September.
  • The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra and three community theater facilities.
  • The Five Flags Center and the Mississippi Moon Bar which bring national touring acts to Dubuque.
  • The Fenelon Place Elevator (it’s the world's shortest, steepest scenic railway, where by day or night you’ll get a great view of the historic Dubuque business district, the Mississippi River and three states)
  • Kennedy Mall, Target, Best Buy, Old Navy, Starbucks and a host of national chains – nestled between local dining and retail favorites.
  • Boat RacingMother Nature’s handiwork that can be viewed along bike trails, above the Lock & Dam at Eagle Point Park, at the Mines of Spain outdoor recreation and nature center, or along the Mississippi river walk.

And this is just the tip of the iceberg!

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The only way to truly experience Dubuque’s embracing character is to visit in person. Contact the Clarke admissions office today at (800)383-2345 or www.clarke.edu/visit to schedule a campus visit.

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