Waterloo and Cedar Falls IA Senior Living
The Waterloo-Cedar Falls area is located in eastern Iowa, straddling the Cedar River. Seniors who retire here will find a bustling community with museums, culture and history.
Book-lovers have plenty of opportunities to enjoy the latest bestseller for free by visiting either the Waterloo Public Library or the Cedar Falls Public Library. The Waterloo Library is historic – located in a Depression-era building, the library has two “New Deal” funded murals that can be appreciated.
Seniors can visit museums and historical sites to soak in knowledge about the history of the area, the nation, science and anything else. In Waterloo, there’s everything from the Sullivan Brothers Iowa Veterans Museum to the Bluedorn Science Imaginarium. History buffs should take in the offerings of the Cedar Falls Historical Society. Interested in the arts? You can’t go wrong with the Waterloo Center for the Arts. Take the whole family to the Phelps Youth Pavilion, an interactive children’s museum where even adults can learn more about the world around them.
Seniors looking for a deal should know that the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area has a lower cost of living when compared to the rest of the U.S. If you’re looking to enjoy the company of other seniors, 12.4% of the area’s population is over 65.
Seniors that believe the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area is the perfect retirement spot should consider the all-inclusive senior lifestyle at a Holiday Retirement community.
Senior Living Communities in Waterloo-Cedar Falls, IA