6 Picture Perfect Instagram Locations In Dubuque
It's no joke that Dubuque is an aesthetic city.
Check out these six locations to fill your feed with where Iowa started.
Historic Millwork District
What was once a booming industrial area is now a hub for foodies and young professionals. With exposed brick, lush courtyards and ivy crawling walls, the Millwork District is screaming to be photographed.
Downtown Dubuque got a major refresh with dozens of new murals scattered across its historic buildings. A favorite for photos is Gaia’s Ada Hayden floral mural on Lower Main Street.
Nestled into Mines of Spain park, Horseshoe Bluff offers sweeping views of the Mississippi River and limestone bluffs for days.
Field of Dreams
If you build it, they will come. People flock from all over the country to see the Field of Dreams Movie Site. Its the perfect spot for anyone to take a nostalgic photo at this iconic site.
Julien Dubuque Monument
As one of Dubuque’s most recognizable landmarks, the Julien Dubuque Monument sits high above the Mississippi River with view of downtown and scenic landscape of where Iowa started.
Fenelon Place Elevator
Known as the world’s shortest steepest funicular railway, the Fenelon Place Elevator is a Dubuque staple. Ride the elevator to the top for a breathtaking view of the Tri-State area for your photo backdrop.