Rethink your summer destination. Sioux Falls offers a ton of great entertainment options, including sporting events, live music, art galleries, hands-on activities, and more.

Things To Do

New sculptures on SculptureWalk are arriving next month! Enjoy the weather and stroll the old sculptures before they're gone.

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Things To Do

Experience The Falls

The Falls of the Big Sioux River, our city's namesake, has been the center of recreation and industry since 1856. Today, we invite you to visit Falls Park and experience the same wonder that has attracted people from around the world.

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Family Events

T’ai Chi with the Butterflies

If you are looking for a way to reduce stress, consider t'ai chi (TIE-CHEE). T'ai chi is a graceful form of exercise that is used for stress reduction and a variety of health conditions. Often described as meditation in motion, t'ai chi promotes serenity through gentle, flowing motions.

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Arts/Culture

Historic PURSE-onality Exhibit at the Old Courthouse Museum

View the exhibit Historic PURSE-onality at the Old Courthouse Museum, open daily, free admission.

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Museums/Exhibits

Cabinet of Curiosities- A Look at Sioux Falls First Museum

A Cabinet of Curiosities: A Look at Sioux Falls First Museum recreates a vignette of the museum Richard Pettigrew built in 1923, exhibiting artifacts originally displayed in his museum.

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Museums/Exhibits

How to Be a Prairie Traveler Exhibit

The exhibit How to Be a Prairie Traveler is based upon the book The Prairie Traveler and brings the trip across the United States to life through artifacts and interactives.

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Museums/Exhibits

A City on Track: Sioux Falls and the Railroads Exhibit

In order for Sioux Falls to prosper in the 19th century, the city needed to become connected to the railroad.

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Arts/Culture

Wallace Dow: Prairie Architect exhibit at the Old Courthouse Museum

As a leading architect in Sioux Falls and the surrounding region, Wallace Dow has shaped a variety of communities. The Old Courthouse Museum and the Pettigrew Home are among Dow's many building designs.

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