4202 S. Lakeport St.
Sioux City, IA 51106
Phone: (712) 274-1300
Fax: (712) 274-7592
This is the first registered national historic landmark in the United States.
The Fourth Street Historic District consists of several late 19th century commercial buildings between Virginia and Iowa Streets. The buildings date from 1889 to 1915, and are well-known for their Romanesque Revival architectural style. The Fourth Street Historic District has many restaurants, bars and specialty shop, making it a busy city center for tourists and locals alike.
Known as the finest examples of the Prairie School architectural style, the Woodbury County Courthouse is an important landmark. The courthouse is included in the National Register of Historic Places, and has also been designated the status of National Historic Landmark.
Sioux City is home to many well-maintained parks, and the Grandview Park is one of its most popular. Comprising an area of 35 acres (12.94 hectares), this park is usually crowded with locals looking for a break from the city’s hustle and bustle. Most known for its rose garden and bandshell, the Grandview Park plays host to many music events. Call for more information.
Visit this famous, thirty-foot stainless steel statue.
This beautiful park features boating, swimming, and fishing.
This park offers wonderful opportunities for boating and fishing.
Museum traces, photos, artifacts, and a gift shop.
Electricity, fishing, and hiking are available at this beautiful State Park
This remarkable nature center has modern meeting rooms, a library, and incredible nature trails.