Plaza Bowl - 3091 Hamilton Boulevard, 712-255-7663
Lewis Bowl - 3828 Stadium Dr. (next to IBP Ice Center), 712-252-4545
Harmony Lanes Bowling Center - South Highway 35, South Sioux City, NE, 402-494-3229
Riviera - Inexpensive, 2nd run movies, 714 4th St., 712-252-3456, Schedule
Aladdin's Castle- Southern Hills Mall, 712-276-2680
Lakeport Commons - Siouxland's newest open-air shopping center featuring anchor stores Best Buy, Linens 'n' Things, Kohl's and Gordman's.
Lakeport & Sargeant Road, across from Southern Hills Mall
Southern Hills Mall - Siouxland's largest shopping mall, over 140 stores including Younkers, Sears, JC Penney, 12 theatres with stadium seating, arcade and food court.
4400 Sergeant Road, 712-274-2541
Marketplace Mall - One of Siouxland's first shopping centers. Completely remodeled.
28th & Hamilton Boulevard, 712-239-6565
Downtown Sioux City - Only 3 blocks from the Tyson Events Center.
From the moment you arrive on the grounds of the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Sioux City, you'll begin your journey back in time...back to the days when the Corps of Discovery made its historic journey up the Missouri River, traveling past present-day Sioux City.
Interstate 29, Exit #149, Hamilton Boulevard, Larson Park Rd, Sioux City
Wambdi Okicize, known as "War Eagle" is said to have been a Mdewakanton or Isanti Dakota Indian. A friend to the white people, he died in 1851. A monument was erected on this bluff, which overlooks the Missouri River and the tri-state area.
Interstate 29, Exit # 151, War Eagle Drive to War Eagle Park, Sioux City
The Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of Peace, a 30 foot stainless steel statue, stands above landscaping and circular walkways with prayer stations. A life-size wood carving of the Last Supper is housed in a separate building. Another statue, The Sacred Heart of Jesus and an outdoor cathedral are the newest additions.
33rd & Floyd Blvd,
This breath taking 45,000 square foot facility houses a three story glass atrium, six exhibition galleries to house traveling exhibits and a permanent collection gallery for the Center's 900 piece collection.
Hours: Tue., Wed., Fri and Sat 10am-5pm,
Thu noon-9pm, Sun 1-5pm.
225 Nebraska St,
Downtown Sioux City
This 100 foot high stone obelisk memorializes Sergeant Charles Floyd, who died on the 1804 Lewis and Clark Expedition. Overlooking a breathtaking view of the Missouri River on Highway 75 near Glenn Avenue, it is the first historic landmark registered by the U.S. Government in 1960.
US Highway 75 & Glenn Ave, Sioux City
This dry docked former Missouri River inspection ship now houses a museum, gift shop and information center. Exit 149 off I-29 to South Larsen Park Road.
Winter hours, Daily 9am-5pm. Free admission.
Interstate 29, Exit #149, Hamilton Boulevard,
Larson Park Rd, Sioux City
The Museum's exhibits include Sioux City history and Indian artifacts. Hours: Wed.-Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 1-5pm.
2901 Jackson St,
Take a drive along the Missouri River through Sioux City's riverfront park. Attractions include the Anderson Dance Pavilion, Flight 232 Memorial, Sergeant Floyd Welcome Center and Museum, and the Belle of Sioux City Casino.
Located just off Interstate 29 across from the
Tyson Events Center and Sioux City Auditorium.
Sioux City's riverfront casino features 12,000 square feet on three decks with over 400 slots, Black Jack, poker, roulette, craps, Caribbean stud poker and video keno. There is also the Full House Buffet on the attached two-story barge.
Hours: Sun-Thurs10am-3am, Fri-Sat 10am-5am, free admission, 712-255-0080
30 miles south of Sioux City on Interstate 29, Exit 112 at Onawa, IA