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Progressive Tours

This three-to-four-hour excursion can take place over lunch or over dinner.

Your group will enjoy a guided tour of Dubuque’s rich history, a delicious course at each location, and of course, we didn’t forget dessert!

Steeple Square

Steeple Square

A Dubuque icon since 1867, the former home of St. Mary’s Church is once again a hub of gatherings in Dubuque. Enjoy a tour of one of Dubuque’s most unique event spaces. Enjoy an appetizer, a history of the space, and a cash bar available.

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7 Hills Event Center

This stunning space is a tribute to Dubuque's industrial past. Featuring floor to ceiling windows, an open layout and beautifully restored hardwood floors, this space pays homage to the window and woodworking that used to be manufactured here. Originally built in 1916 for the main offices for the CARADCO company. It stands out in Dubuque's Historic Millwork District for its distinctive architecture of a second Renaissance Revival style. Here you will enjoy your main course, live musical entertainment, venue history, and a cash bar available.

Fannie Stout House

Fannie Stout House

This house was built in 1893 by Henry Stout and was given to his daughter, Fannie, in 1898. It is a perfect example of eclectic architecture. The house is filled with rich characteristics, including beautiful woodwork, stunning chandeliers, and stained glass windows. Here your group will enjoy dessert, the opportunity to hear the home’s history, and explore the home on their own.

The Details

Tour Offered: Year Round; Locations may vary based on availability

Recommended Start Time: 4:30 P.M. Also Available as a Lunch Option

Length of Tour: 4 Hours

Requirements: Groups of 25 or more

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