The Carver–Hawkeye Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Iowa City, Iowa. Opened in 1983, it is the home court for The University of Iowa Hawkeyes men's and women's basketball teams, as well as the university's wrestling, gymnastics, and volleyball teams. It was named for the late industrialist Roy J. Carver of Muscatine, Iowa, a prominent statewide booster, who donated $9.2 million to The University of Iowa before his death in 1981. Prior to the arena's opening, Iowa's athletic teams played at the Iowa Field House.Inspirock's itinerary builder makes planning a Iowa City trip simple and quick.
Carver-Hawkeye arena reviews
The stadium is a pretty cool place to see a basketball game. You walk down from the top to your seats. The site lines are good. Nice place. more »
We took our three young children to the Dec. 29 game because youth tickets were just $5. That's hard to pass up considering we were visiting family and in the area. For as much fun as our entire... more »
Really great place. Just wish they had handicapped seating closer instead of in the nosebleed section. Watched my daughter graduate.
This location was huge and it house most of the people for the graduation. Just limit on parking so it’s good to get to this location early. Overall it was a positive experience.
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