Whether you want to work on your Instagram feed or just snap some shots of your family in the most photo-worthy locations in Iowa, here are 50 places to explore across the state.

1. Shrine of the Grotto of the Redemption, West Bend
The world's largest man-made grotto.

2. Blue Bunny Ice Cream Parlor, Le Mars
Boasts an eight-foot-tall ice cream sundae sculpture.

3. Sergeant Floyd Monument, Sioux City
The first National Historic Landmark designated in the U.S.

4. Pocahontas Indian Maiden Statue, Pocahontas
The world's largest Indian maiden stands 25 feet tall.

5. Hawkeye Point, Sibley
The tallest natural point in Iowa at 1,670 feet.

6. Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, Council Bluffs
Iowa's border with Nebraska is marked in the middle. 

7. Hitchcock Nature Center Tower, Honey Creek
Offers sweeping views of the Loess Hills.

8. Albert the Bull, Audubon
World's largest bull weighs 45 tons and stands 30 feet tall.

9. Danish Windmill, Elk Horn
Authentic 1848 Danish windmill transported and rebuilt in 1975.

10. Templeton Rye Visitors' Center, Templeton
Pyramid constructed of whiskey barrels stands nearly 30 feet tall. 

11. Villisca Ax Murder House, Villisca
Site of the largest unsolved crime in Iowa.

12. World's Largest Swedish Coffee Pot, Stanton
The town's former water tower is painted with decorative flowers and hearts.

13. The Freedom Rock®, Greenfield
A tribute to the armed forces repainted each year for Memorial Day.

14. Iowa Walk of Fame, Shenandoah
More than 120 tile plaques honor famous Iowans.

15. Glenn Miller Birthplace Museum, Clarinda
The fence outside features a trombone motif.

16. Pilot Knob State Park, Forest City
Civilian Conservation Corps tower constructed in 1930s provides panoramic views.

17. World's Largest Bullhead, Crystal Lake
The 12-foot-long bullhead was built in 1958.

18. All Iowa Lawn Tennis Club, Charles City
Iowa's own grass tennis court built on a family farm.

19. Historic Park Inn Hotel, Mason City
The world's only remaining hotel designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.

20. Surf Ballroom, Clear Lake
The last concert site of Buddy Holly, the Big Bopper and Ritchie Valens.

21. Nomade, Des Moines
Signature piece of the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park.

22. High Trestle Trail Bridge, Madrid
The half-mile long, 13-story-tall bridge is one of the largest trail bridges in the world.

23. Big Bike, Perry
The oversized bicycle on the Raccoon River Valley Trail stands 14 feet tall and measures 28 feet long.

24. Elwood the Garden Gnome at Reiman Gardens, Ames
The World's Largest Concrete Garden Gnome is 15 feet tall.

25. Merchants National Bank, Grinnell
One of eight "Jewel Box" banks designed by architect Louis Sullivan.

26. Bridges of Madison County, Winterset
The world-famous bridges inspired the original The Bridges of Madison County novel.

27. American Gothic House, Eldon
Costumes available at the visitor's center for recreating the classic painting.

28. Cordova Park Observation Tower, Otley
The Midwest's tallest observation tower offers views of the Des Moines River Valley.

29. Molengracht, Pella
Replica of an authentic Dutch square includes a canal.

30. Canteen Lunch in the Alley, Ottumwa
The legendary restaurant serves loose meat sandwiches in an alley, under a parking ramp.

31. World's Largest Strawberry, Strawberry Point
The 15-foot-tall sculpture was dedicated in the late 1960s.

32. Cedar Rock State Park, Independence
Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home and boathouse.

33. Mt. Hosmer, Lansing
Offers sweeping views of the Mississippi River from atop a 450-foot-tall bluff.

34. Little Brown Church in the Vale, Nashua
Made famous by the song The Church in the Wildwood.

35. Iowa's Largest Frying Pan, Brandon
Counting the base and handle, the pan tops 14 feet in length.

36. Iowa's Largest Wine Bottle, Marengo
Fireside Winery's 13-foot-tall metal sculpture weighs more than 1,820 pounds.

37. Iowa's Giant Rocker, West Amana
Located at the Broom & Basket Shop, the rocker stands 11 feet tall.

38. Old Capitol Museum, Iowa City
Iowa's first state capitol building, now a museum dedicated to Iowa history.

39. Wilton Candy Kitchen, Wilton
Soda fountain originally opened in 1910.

40. Klopfenstein Amphitheater for Performing Arts, Marion
Giant metal burr oak leaves form a canopy for the stage.

41. Field of Dreams, Dyersville
Century farm where the movie was filmed.

42. Antique Archaeology, Le Claire
Home base for the History Channel's American Pickers.

43. World's Largest Truckstop, Walcott
Four times larger than the average truck stop.

44. Fenelon Place Elevator, Dubuque
The world's shortest, steepest, scenic railway.

45. General Store Pub, Stone City
A historic limestone building featured in Grant Wood's Stone City painting.

46. Swinging Bridge, Columbus Junction
Nearly 300-foot-long swinging bridge originally built in 1886.

47. Snake Alley, Burlington
Street dubbed "unbelievably crooked" by Ripley's Believe It or Not.

48. Iowa's Largest Dala Horse, Swedesburg
The Swedish American Museum's Dala horse measures 14 feet tall.

49. Bentonsport Pedestrian Bridge, Bentonsport
The historic one-lane iron bridge crosses the Des Moines River.

50. Old Fort Madison, Fort Madison
The Midwest's oldest American military garrison on the Upper Mississippi.