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Milwaukee Railroad Shops Historic District

One of Iowa's best collections of steam-era railroad buildings, including a roundhouse with turntable, wood sand tower, and five other structures. See Great Northern Railway Steam Locomotive No. 1355 and other railroad artifacts. This 31.5

Sioux City, IA Historic Districts

Sioux City Public Museum

Built from pink-colored Sioux Falls quartzite in the early 1890s, the Peirce Mansion exhibits artifacts from American Indian life and early settlement of the region to the present. Museum store with gifts, books and local crafts.

Sioux City, IA Museums

Sioux City Art Center

Three-story glass atrium, hands-on gallery for children, 900-piece permanent collection, traveling exhibitions, gift gallery. Annual outdoor art festival -- ARTSPLASH -- held Labor Day weekend. Special 2006 exhibits include "Motorcycle As Art" and "Fashion in Film."

Sioux City, IA Art Centers


Orpheum Theatre

Newly restored 1927 Rapp & Rapp theater offers a variety of entertainment events, including symphony, Broadway shows, movies, and conferences.

Sioux City, IA Theatres

Trinity Heights

Thirty-foot stainless steel statue of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of Peace, stands above circular walkways with gardens and prayer stations. Two-acre outdoor cathedral area features 33-foot-tall stainless steel statue of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and more than 30

Sioux City, IA Shrines

Sioux City Musketeers Hockey Club

United States Hockey League team plays at Tyson Events Center - Gateway Arena.

Sioux City, IA Hockey Clubs

Lewis & Clark: An American Adventure

Permanent exhibit of original Lewis & Clark mural paintings at Southern Hills Mall. Includes 38 mural scenes stretching 296 feet in length and depicting scenes along the trail from start to finish. The most extensive collection of original Lewis & Clark paintings.

Sioux City, IA Exhibits


Sioux City Explorers Baseball Club

Professional baseball since 1993 at Lewis and Clark Park.

Sioux City, IA Baseball Clubs

Sergeant Floyd Monument

This 100-foot-tall white stone obelisk was the first registered national historic landmark in the United States. Overlooking Sioux City and the Missouri River Valley, it marks the burial place of Sergeant Charles Floyd, the only fatality of the 1804 Lewis and & Clark Expedition.

Sioux City, IA Monuments


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