|Anderson Dance Pavilion
Larsen Park Road
Located along the Missouri River, the Pavilion is host to many summer special events, parades, walks, and picturesque weddings. A scenic walkway leads to a well-manicured lawn with spectacular annual plantings and a state-of-the-art, full access children’s play area
|Arts Alive Mural |
3rd & Nebraska Streets
Located on the south side of the Ho-Chunk Centre, this beautiful mural welcomes visitors into Downtown and is a wonderful example of community pride, bringing art to the public, and a positive project for the City’s young art students.
|DOWNTOWN PARTNERS Courtyard
4th & Virginia Streets
A green space courtyard where a beautiful mural, created by a team of local artists, depicts buildings that no longer exist in Downtown Sioux City, and life as it was in the 1800’s.
|Flight 232 Memorial |
Larsen Park Road
Commemorating the heroic rescue efforts by the Sioux City community after the crash of United Flight 232 in 1989, the statue depicts Air National Guard Colonel Dennis Nielson carrying a young child to safety.
|Historic Fourth Street District
1000-1100 4th Street
Nestled in the heart of Downtown, Historic Fourth Street offers fine dining and exceptional nightlife.
|Historic Pearl District |
The Historic Pearl District encompasses about 10 city blocks on the west side of Downtown
Sioux City and is home to what is widely considered the first commercial area in Sioux City.
When strolling through the streets, you will find an eclectic mix of businesses, from an authentic
Irish pub to automotive service shops. The beautiful streetscapes and historic architecture
create an urban atmosphere unique to this area!
|Long Lines Family Rec Center
The Long Lines Family Rec Center provides recreational facilities for individuals as well as organized associations. The Center has courts for open gym, soccer, basketball, volleyball, in-line hockey, dodge ball, wrestling, batting cage, and special events. The centerpiece of the facility is the world-class 53’ climbing wall and free standing boulder to practice your rock-climbing techniques. There are conference rooms for meetings, parties and other small events.
|Public Safety Memorial |
6th & Douglas Streets
This memorial pays tribute to all of the fallen firefighters and law enforcement officers who helped keep the Siouxland community a safe place to live.
4th & Virginia Streets
The fountain mirrors in its tripartite facade the historical 1915 Livestock Exchange Building formerly located in the Sioux City Stockyards. The fountain’s four over-flow basins and the hexagon shape of the outer pool are taken from elements found in the Woodbury County Courthouse.
|Sculpt Siouxland |
Sculpt Siouxland is a year-long exhibit displaying sculptures from local and national artists. This exhibit is free to the public and displayed along the sidewalks in Downtown.
|Sioux City Art Center
Free, Fun and Fabulous! The Sioux City Art Center with its contemporary architecture welcomes visitors with its elegant three-story glass atrium accented with a floor featuring a labyrinth fashioned from terrazzo tile. Two of its five galleries are dedicated to featuring selections from its permanent collection of over 900 works including a Grant Wood mural. Throughout the year, other gallery space showcases touring exhibits of works by artists with international, national and regional reputations. The children’s Junior League Hands-On! Gallery offers a fun atmosphere for children to explore basic elements of art through interactive stations. Contributions appreciated.
|Sioux City Police Department Museum |
In 2011, officers and staff of the Sioux City Police Department formed a committee to coordinate the construction of a museum on the 2nd floor of police headquarters.
The goal of the museum was to preserve the over 150 years of Sioux City Police History.
The “Hall of History” would slowly evolve as a resting place for various artifacts from all eras of the Sioux City Police Department, allowing visitors to understand the considerable changes to policing over the years.
|Sioux City Public Museum
|The James & Cynthia Hayes Masonic Gallery |
801 Douglas Street
The James & Cynthia Hayes Masonic Gallery is located inside the Sioux City Scottish RiteTemple in downtown Sioux City. Call 712-258-7511 to arrange a tour.
|Veteran’s Memorial Park
5th & Water Streets
Memorial to the veterans of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force and Coast Guard.
|Woodbury County Courthouse |
Built in 1918, this historic structure is the largest Prairie Style building in the world. The Courthouse represents an American statement in architecture which originated within the Chicago, Illinois offices of Louis Sullivan. The style, developed in the 1890’s and referred to as the Prairie School, came to reflect the Midwestern sense of design, color and landscape while providing an economical and practical utilization of space. The building features exterior sculptures by Alfonso Ianelli and interior murals by Chicago painter John W. Norton.