Fewer places are more packed with energy and opportunity for adventure than downtown Sioux Falls!
Ready for some free entertainment? Head down to Levitt at the Falls, an outdoor music venue featuring multiple free concerts every summer at Falls Park West.
Before you settle into a rented lawn chair, check out the food trucks and beverage tents, then enjoy a pleasant evening of music under the open sky!
The concert is over, and you're energized! Ready to experience more downtown Sioux Falls has to offer? How about passing by to admire the Arc of Dreams on your way to The Treasury for a nightcap?
The Treasury at Hotel on Phillips in Downtown Sioux Falls is located inside the recently renovated Sioux Falls National Bank building. Inspired by the 1920s, The Treasury combines historic decor and innovative craft cocktails.
Take a walk East down 8th Street into downtown Sioux Falls, enjoying the sights and sounds of the city waking up!
Turn North on Phillips Ave to make your way to Coffea Roasterie for coffee, homemade treats, and people watching. Then grab a to-go cup and hit up SculptureWalk, an exciting exhibit of outdoor sculptures displayed year-round in downtown Sioux Falls.
The Downtown Trolley is a hop-on, hop-off historic tour of downtown Sioux Falls, with many stops, including a Sioux Falls must see: Falls Park. In addition to the gorgeous falls, Falls Park showcases walking paths and the Queen Bee Mill Ruins,
Visit the information center and five-story observation tower, home to the largest selection of Sioux Falls memorabilia including apparel, postcards, glassware, and more.
By now you've worked up an appetite! Lucky you, Falls Park is also home to Falls Overlook Cafe. Join them for lunch, grab-n-go, and snacks.
After your busy morning, now might be the perfect time for a nap! Grab a rideshare back to Perry Mansion for some downtime. Naps not your thing? The Parlor contains books and board games, or bask in the sunlight and views from the Solarium.
Another can't miss attraction in downtown Sioux Falls is the Visual Arts Center, located inside the historic Washington Pavilion. The Visual Arts Center includes eight galleries, painting and clay studios, a hands-on Raven Children's Studio and the Paladino Hohm Sculpture Garden.
Before dinner visit Carpenter Bar on Phillips Ave, a cozy spot featuring thoughtfully crafted cocktails, tasty brews, and a lovely wine selection.
For a special dinner experience in downtown Sioux Falls, make a reservation at Crawford's Bar & Grill or Parker's Bistro. Both restaurants are located inside historic buildings and are reservation only for a reason; they are the best! Fine dining, specialty menu creations, unique cocktails, plus excellent service.
Walk off the evening's calories with a stroll down Phillips Ave, taking in the city's energy. Want a nightcap before retiring to Perry Mansion? Visit R wine bar or The Hello Hi.
In June 1974, the Sioux Falls Historic District became the first historic district in South Dakota to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. More commonly referred to as the Cathedral Historic District, this old Sioux Falls neighborhood contains approximately 220 structures, including Perry Mansion. It is one of South Dakota's outstanding cultural resources and is considered the best residential historic district in the state.
Walk around the neighborhood, enjoying the architecture, and reading up on the historical information posted on signs throughout the area. The district includes the monumental St. Joseph Cathedral and The Pettigrew Home and Museum.
Exotic flowers, entrance arbor, trees, pagodas and lanterns make up the unique Japanese Gardens near Covell Lake in Terrace Park. Before your trip wraps up grab a rideshare or walk down to visit this beautiful attraction.
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