Anderson Dance Pavilion...covered dance floor and raised band area located alongside the Missouri River.
Argosy Riverboat Casino...trilevel riverboat offering casino gambling, restaurants and an outdoor observation deck.
Castle on the Hill...formerly Central High School, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center...located at Stone State Park and featuring "walk-under" prairie and 400 gallon aquarium. Hands-on exhibits, nature observatory, discovery area, miles of trails, educational programs.
Flight 232 Memorial...commemorates the heroic rescue efforts of Sioux City residents after the crash of United FLight 232 in 1989. Part of the riverfront development project.
Mid-America Air Museum...displays vintage aircraft plus a collection of military, commercial and general aviation artifacts.
Municipal Auditorium...multipurpose facility for community events
Grandview Bandshell...outdoor concert and performance facility located at Grandview Park
Sergeant Floyd Monument...dedicated to Sgt. Charles Floyd, a member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It became the first National Registered Landmark in the United States in 1960.
Sgt. Floyd Riverboat Museum and Welcome Center... dry-docked riverboat with displays of rare photos and river-related artifacts in addition to a large display of scale-model ships. On-site gift shop.
Sioux City Convention Center...site of trade shows, conventions, meetings and special events.
Sioux City Public Museum...displaying pioneer memorabilia, Native American artifacts and exhibits of local natural history.
Siouxland Historical Railroad Museum...located at historic Milwaukee Railroad roundhouse site. Features large HO-scale model railroad and railroad exhibits.
Trinity Heights...features 33 foot stainless steel statue depicting Sacred Heart of Jesus, 30 foot stainless steel statue of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Queen of Peace, a life-size wood carving of The Last Supper and an outdoor cathedral.
Woodbury County Courthouse...an example of Prairie School architecture built in 1918. A National Historic Landmark featuring stone carvings and elaborate windows.