SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

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3 Popular Attractions In South Dakota

  • Corn Palace: Multi-purpose arena in Mitchell, South Dakota.
  • South Dakota Facts

    • Perhaps the most significant fur trade/military fort on the western American frontier, Fort Pierre Chouteau was the largest (almost 300′ square) and best equipped trading post in the northern Great Plains. Built in 1832 by John Jacob Astor’s (1763-1848) American Fur Company as part of its expansion into the Upper Missouri region, the trading activities at the site exemplified the commercial alliance critical to the success of the fur business.
    • Faith is famous to paleontologists. Several Hadrosaur, Edmontosaurus annectens were excavated on a ranch north of Faith and one of the largest, most complete, and best preserved Tyrannosaurus Rex was excavated nearby.
    • The Meridian Bridge built in 1924 was the first structure built across the Missouri River in South Dakota.
    • South Dakota is the only state whose name does not share a single letter with that of its capital (Pierre).
    Sioux Falls
    From top, left to right: Downtown and Falls park in May 2022 with Cherapa Place and Steel District developments under construction; Old Minnehaha County Courthouse; Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science; Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls; view of the Big Sioux River from 6th Street Bridge
    Official seal of Sioux Falls


    Best Little City in America, Queen City of the West, The Heart of America
    Location within Minnehaha County

    Location within Minnehaha County
    Map of the U.S.

    Map of the U.S.
    Sioux Falls
    Location within South Dakota

    Map of the U.S.

    Map of the U.S.
    Sioux Falls
    Location within the United States


    43°32′11″N 96°43′54″W / 43.53639°N 96.73167°W / 43.53639; -96.73167Coordinates: 43°32′11″N 96°43′54″W / 43.53639°N 96.73167°W / 43.53639; -96.73167 Country United States State South Dakota Counties Minnehaha, Lincoln Named for The waterfall of the Big Sioux River Government

    Mayor Paul TenHaken (R) Area

    City 79.93sqmi (207.02km2) •Land 79.39sqmi (205.62km2) •Water 0.54sqmi (1.40km2) Elevation

    1,470ft (448m) Population

    City 192,517 •Estimate

    196,528 •Rank 130th in the United States
    1st in South Dakota •Density 2,424.95/sqmi (936.28/km2) •Metro

    281,958 (176th) Demonym(s) Siouxlander (unofficial) Time zone UTC−6 (Central) •Summer (DST) UTC−5 (Central) ZIP codes
    Zip codes[6]
    Area code 605 FIPS code 46-59020 GNIS feature ID 1267670[7] Website


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    Sioux Falls is a city in South Dakota. The Big Sioux River tumbles over a series of rock faces in Falls Park, which includes an observation tower and the ruins of the 19th-century Queen Bee Mill. The Queen Anne–style Pettigrew Home & Museum has artifacts collected by Senator Richard F. Pettigrew. The Old Courthouse Museum offers exhibits on local history. Southwest, Sertoma Park has a butterfly house and an aquarium.

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    4 thoughts on “SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA – The TOP 10 Places you NEED to see!

    1. I moved to Sioux Falls and In winter the weather is actually much warmer than Chicago.
      There are tons of people from Illinois living in Sioux Falls and Mitchell

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