Dubuque County, Iowa

Allen House (House)   [Map]
515 1st Ave., W., Dyersville, Iowa
American Trust and Savings Bank (Building)   [Map]
12 Story Beaux-arts tower in downtown Dubuque
Also known as: Weather Tower
Andrew-Ryan House (House)   [Map]
1375 Locust, Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Ryan House
Basilica of St. Francis Xavier, Church and Rectory (Church)   [Map]
114 2nd St. SW, Dyersville, Iowa
Bishop's Block (Building)   [Map]
90 W. Main St., Dubuque, Iowa
Canfield Hotel (Building)   [Map]
Downtown Dubuque hotel, built in 1890, partially destroyed by fire in 1946 and still in operation
Also known as: The Paris
Carnegie-Stout Public Library (Library)   [Map]
11th and Bluff Sts., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Carnegie-Stout Free Library
Cathedral Historic District (District)   [Map]
Roughly bounded by a bluffline running W. of Bluff St., W. 7th, Locust and Jones Sts., Dubuque, Iowa
Charles T. Hancock House (House)   [Map]
1105 Grove Terr., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Hancock--Gross House
Diamond Jo Boat Store and Office (Commercial building)   [Map]
Brick office building in Dubuque's Harbor District
Also known as: Dubuque Tank Terminal Co. & Inland Molasses Co. Operations, Newt Marine Service, Dubuque Terminals, Sunflower Enterprises
Dubuque Casket Company (Industrial building)   [Map]
1798 Washington St., Dubuque, Iowa
Dubuque City Hall (City hall)   [Map]
50 W. 13th St., Dubuque, Iowa
Dubuque County Courthouse (Courthouse)   [Map]
720 Central Ave., Dubuque, Iowa
Dubuque County Jail (Correctional facility)   [Map]
36 E. 8th St., Dubuque, Iowa
Dubuque Freight House (Railroad depot)   [Map]
E. 3rd St. Extension, Dubuque, Iowa
Dubuque Millworking Historic District (District)   [Map]
White, Jackson, Elm between E. 6th and E. 11th Sts., Dubuque, Iowa
Dubuque Star Brewery (Building)   [Map]
A multi-story building on the banks of the Mississippi River that has served as a brewery since its inception
Dubuque YMCA Building (Building)   [Map]
125 W 9th St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Iowa Inn
Epworth School (School)   [Map]
310 W. Main St., Epworth, Iowa
Also known as: Epworth Elementary School
Fenelon Place Elevator (Railroad facility)   [Map]
512 Fenelon Pl., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: 4th Street Elevator
Field of Dreams Movie Site (Miscellaneous)   [Map]
Site of the location shots for the Universal film Field of Dreams
Four Mounds Estate Historic District (District)   [Map]
Former Gentleman's Farm operated by the Burden family, now a facility owned by the CIty of Dubuque
Also known as: Four Mounds Inn & Conference Center
Garland House (House)   [Map]
1090 Langworthy Ave., Dubuque, Iowa
German Bank (Bank)   [Map]
342 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Silver Dollar Tavern
Grand Opera House (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
135 8th St., Dubuque, Iowa
Haberkorn House and Farmstead (Farm)   [Map]
Stone House in the Habercorn Creek holler
Also known as: Haberkorn Farm
Hollenfelz House (School)   [Map]
1651 White St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: St. Mary's High School for Boys
Interstate Power Company Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
1000 Main; 131 W. 10th St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Masonic Hall, Dubuque Electric Company
J. H. Thedinga House (House)   [Map]
340 W. 5th St., Dubuque, Iowa
Jackson Park Historic District (District)   [Map]
Large neighborhood of mixed residential, commercial and religious structures, with an eclectic collection of architectural styles
Johann Christian Frederick Rath House (House)   [Map]
1204 Mt. Loretta Ave., Dubuque, Iowa
John Bell Block (Meeting hall)   [Map]
1307 Central Ave., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: German Bank & Trust Building
Julien Dubuque Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Steel through arch bridge over the Mississippi River on US 20 at Dubuque
Julien Dubuque Monument (Monument)   [Map]
Confluence of Mississippi River and Catfish Creek in Mines of Spain State Recreation Area, Dubuque, Iowa
Kelley House (House)   [Map]
274 Southern Ave., Dubuque, Iowa
Langworthy Historic District (District)   [Map]
Langworthy, West Third, Melrose Terrace, vet. Hill and W. 5th, Alpine and Walnut bet. Solon and W. Fifth, Dubuque, Iowa
Langworthy House (House)   [Map]
Brick home built in Orson Fowler's octagon style
Also known as: Octagon House
Lincoln School (School)   [Map]
About 4 mi. N of Farley, Farley, Iowa
Also known as: W. J. McGee Boyhood School
Lock and Dam No. 11 Historic District (District)   [Map]
Part of the Upper Mississippi River 9-Foot Channel Project
Mathias Ham House (House)   [Map]
19th Century Mansion, Open during the summer months as a museum
Also known as: Mathias Ham Museum
McMahon House (House)   [Map]
Privately owned/occupied home, not open to the public
Memorial Building (Building)   [Map]
Dyersville Civic Center - City Hall and Police Department
Also known as: City Hall
Mount Saint Bernard Seminary and Barn (School)   [Map]
Most assuredly closed to the public
Also known as: Johnson, Clayton R. and Barbara J., House and Barn
New Vienna Stone Elevated Water Tank (Water tower)   [Map]
Stone water tower that served the community until 1983
Old Chapel Hall (Church)   [Map]
2050 University Ave., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Alumni Hall
Old Main Historic District (District)   [Map]
Main St. between 1st and 4th Sts., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Lower Main Street District
Ora Holland House (House)   [Map]
Private Residence closed to the public
Also known as: Holland-Viner House
Orpheum Theatre and Site (Theater)   [Map · Street View]
405 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Majestic Theatre
Redstone (House)   [Map]
504 Bluff St., Dubuque, Iowa
Rogers, George W. Company Shot Tower (Monument)   [Map]
A 117 foot tall tower built to manufacture lead shot. It is one of the few remaining shot towers in the United States and the only one west of the Mississippi River.
Also known as: Dubuque Shot Tower
Roshek Brothers Department Store (Building)   [Map]
At 9 stories, the tallest building in Dubuque and the former home of the Roshek Brothers Department Store
Also known as: Dubuque Building, CyCare Plaza, Roshek Building
Round Barn, Dubuque Township (Building)   [Map · Street View]
Round barn now serving a nursery business.
Sauser-Lane House (House)   [Map]
Queen Anne home with a circular porch and tastefully added sun porch
Security Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
800 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: The Stampfer Building
Sherrill Mount House (Building)   [Map]
Antebellum inn built with locally quarried limestone
Also known as: Black Horse Inn , Fries Hotel, Moundside Apartments, The Inn at Sherrill
St. Boniface of New Vienna Historic District (District)   [Map]
District surrounding a Catholic Church with an awe-inspiring 200' tower
St. Luke's Methodist Episcopal Church (Church)   [Map]
1199 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: St. Luke's Methodist, St. Luke's United Methodist
St. Mary's Catholic Church Historic District (District)   [Map · Street View]
105 E. 15th, 1584 White, 1501 & 1561 Jackson Sts., Dubuque, Iowa
Stout (Frank D.) House (House)   [Map]
Romanesque Mansion built by lumber magnate Frank D. Stout
T. Ben Loetscher House (House)   [Map]
Privately owned/occupied home, not open to the public
Town Clock Building (Commercial building)   [Map]
823-25 Main St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Spensley Building, 31-04014
Town Clock Plaza (Tower)   [Map]
Historical Town Clock, Relocated a block and a half south of its original location in 1971
Upper Main Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Two blocks of Main Street, filled with interesting architecture
Washington Mill Bridge (Bridge)   [Map]
Bowstring truss bridge over Lytle Creek on Creek Branch Lane, east of Bernard
Washington Park (Park)   [Map]
Bounded by 6th, 7th, Bluff, and Locust Sts., Dubuque, Iowa
West Eleventh Street Historic District (District)   [Map]
Neighborhood featuring elegant homes of several types of architecture, above the bluff
Western Hotel (Hotel)   [Map]
SE of Holy Cross on U.S. 52, Holy Cross, Iowa
Also known as: Pin Oak Tavern
White Water Creek Bridge - Relocated (Bridge)   [Map]
Through truss bridge over White Water Creek on Pilot Grove Road
WILLIAM M. BLACK (dredge) (Vessel)   [Map]
E. 2nd St., Dubuque, Iowa
Also known as: Dredge WILLIAM M. BLACK
Zephaniah Kidder House (House)   [Map]
206 1st Ave NE, Epworth, Iowa
Ziepprecht Block (Residential building)   [Map]
1347-53 Central Ave., Dubuque, Iowa