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- From I-29, take exit 147B - Tyson Events Center ONTO Gordon Drive.
- Turn NORTH onto Nebraska Street.
- Turn RIGHT onto 4th Street.
- The Sioux City Hotel & Conference Center will be to your LEFT, between Jackson Street and Jones Street - on Historic 4th Street.
Ideally located right on Historic 4th Street - next to the Riviera Movie Theater as well as the Sioux City Convention Center & within walking distance of several entertainment, dining, and shopping facilities. As the image above shows, The Sioux City Hotel & Convention Center is the closest hotel to the Sioux City Convention Center connected over Jones Street via the Skywalk.
Anderson Dance Pavilion
Larsen Park Road On the Riverfront
Located along the Missouri River, the Pavilion is host to many summer special events, parades, walks, and picturesque weddings. A scenic walkway leads to a well-manicured lawn with spectacular annual plantings and a state-of-the-art, full access children's play area.
Argosy Casino Sioux City
100 Larsen Park Road On the Riverfront
(712) 294-5600 or (800) 424-0080
Argosy Casino Sioux City is part of Penn National Gaming, Inc. Penn National owns and operates 16 casinos across the United States. Argosy Casino features over 36,000 square feet of gaming excitement. On board you will find over 700 of the newest and most exciting slot machines, Blackjack, Roulette, Craps, Video Keno and Live Action Poker. Argosy Casino Sioux City also features the Outfitters Grill offering great burgers and sandwiches and all of your favorite specials.
Flight 232 Memorial
Larsen Park Road On the Riverfront
Commemorating the heroic rescue efforts by the Sioux City community after the crash of United Flight 232 in 1989, the statue depicts Air National Guard Colonel Dennis Nielson carrying a young child to safety.
Historic Fourth Street District
1000-1100 4th Street
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Fourth Street Historic District contains the best concentration of late 19th Century commercial building in Sioux City. Most of the larger buildings in the district are notable for their distinctive Romanesque architectural style that was popular in the late 1800s. Two blocks long from Virginia to Iowa Street, Historic 4th contains 15 buildings dating from 1889 to approximately 1915.
While you are strolling along the tree-lined sidewalks you can sample from a variety of dining and specialty shops. Whether you are sipping on a fresh brewed cup of coffee, getting a whole new look at the spa, picking out a special accessory for your home or meeting friends at the local pub, you will find Historic 4th Street has something for everyone.
The Orpheum Theatre
528 Pierce St.
The Sioux City Orpheum was designed by the nationally known Chicago firm of Rapp & Rapp and constructed in 1927 as part of the Orpheum Circuit. Since the grand re-opening in 2001, the theatre has provided the Sioux-land area an opportunity to attend performances by fabulous performers like Bill Cosby, Sheryl Crow, BB King, Bob Dylan, Wynton Marsalis, David Copperfield, Willie Nelson, Jewel, Alison Kraus, and Jerry Seinfeld. In addition, thousands have witnessed spectacular Broadway shows and enjoy hearing the Sioux City Symphony.
714 4th St
Sioux City Art Center
225 Nebraska Street
Free, Fun and Fabulous! The Sioux City Art Center with its contemporary architecture welcomes visitors with its elegant three-story glass atrium accented with a floor featuring a labyrinth fashioned from terrazzo tile. Two of its five galleries are dedicated to featuring selections from its permanent collection of over 900 works including a Grant Wood mural. Throughout the year, other gallery space showcases touring exhibits of works by artists with international, national and regional reputations. The children's Junior League Hands-On! Gallery offers a fun atmosphere for children to explore basic elements of art through interactive stations. Contributions appreciated.
Sioux City Convention Center
801 4th St
(712) 279-4800 or (800) 593-2228
The Sioux City Hotel & Convention Center is the closest hotel to the Sioux City Convention Center connected over Jones Street via the Skywalk.
The Sioux City Convention Center understands today’s demand for quality service, and knows how to deliver. Distinctive Gourmet, our exclusive in-house caterer, is the best in the business. Our experienced professional staff is trained to assist in every area. As the Tourism Bureau for the area, we can also help with programs, maps and much more. We have a simple philosophy - quality service to our clients is our satisfaction.
The Sioux City Public Museum
607 4th Street
The Sioux City Public Museum preserves and shares the heritage of Sioux City through a variety of exhibitions, educational programs and events.
Tyson Event Center - Gateway Arena
401 Gordon Drive
The Gateway Arena is a multipurpose arena inside the Tyson Event Center, located in Sioux City, Iowa is sponsored by Tyson Foods and Gateway, Inc. The arena has three spectator levels: one suite level and two general seating levels named the 100 level and the 200 level. Its official capacity is 10,000. It is owned and operated by the City of Sioux City. It is located on the riverfront overlooking the Missouri River.
Woodbury County Courthouse
7th & Douglas Streets
National Historic Landmark Built in 1918, this historic structure is the largest Prairie Style building in the world. The Courthouse represents an American statement in architecture which originated within the Chicago, Illinois offices of Louis Sullivan. The style, developed in the 1890's and referred to as the Prairie School, came to reflect the Midwestern sense of design, color and landscape while providing an economical and practical utilization of space. The building features exterior sculptures by Alfonso Ianelli and interior murals by Chicago painter John W. Norton.