All free museums and attractions to visit in Sioux City

If you are on a budget Sioux City (Iowa) still has a lot to offer for you culturally, including free museums, free activities and free attractions. 4 museums and attractions in Sioux City can be visited without charge.

Are you looking for free things to do in Sioux City? These are the best places to visit:

  1. Sergeant Floyd River Museum and Welcome Center1

    Sergeant Floyd River Museum and Welcome Center

    Sioux City, IA
    The Sergeant Floyd River Museum & Welcome Center is a historic museum boat located at 1000 Larsen Park Road in Sioux City, Iowa. This unique museum offers a glimpse into the past, showcasing the history and significance of the Missouri River and the United States Army Corps of Engineers. The boat itself is a piece of history, having been built in 1932 as a utility vehicle and towboat for the Army Corps of Engineers.
  2. Sioux City Public Museum2

    Sioux City Public Museum

    Sioux City, IA
    The Sioux City Public Museum offers a comprehensive insight into the history and culture of Sioux City, Iowa. Visitors can explore a variety of displays including a video about the city's history, Native American artifacts, pioneer artifacts, historic transportation vehicles, agriculture, industry, geology and fossils. This wide range of exhibits provides a rich understanding of the city's past and its cultural heritage.
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    Sioux City Art Center

    Sioux City, IA
    The Sioux City Art Center's permanent collection, which began in 1938 as part of the WPA grant, primarily focuses on artists from Iowa and the greater Midwest. The collection also includes a smaller selection of work by national and international artists, offering visitors a diverse range of art to explore.
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    Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center

    Sioux City, IA

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