Sioux City - Briar Cliff University and Morningside College
This 20,000-square-foot, private, non-profit complex was built to commemorate a history of encounters before, during and after Lewis and Clark’s expedition.
This fun exhibition invites visitors to explore the downtown while appreciating sculptures made by artists from throughout the Midwest. This collection includes over 20 permanent sculptures and a handful of temporary displays.
Located on the northern portion of Iowa’s Loess Hills, Stone State Park features rugged terrain covered in lush forest and prairie grasses along with an extensive system of multi-use trails.
Step inside the dry-docked M.V. Sergeant Floyd, a decommissioned inspection boat of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The boat’s rooms and hallways include historical exhibits about local history, offering a unique museum experience.
Visitors can find their favorite homemade candies at this old-fashioned candy shop, including the infamous Twin Bing treat. Learn more about Palmer’s history with a walk through its small museum featuring retired candy making equipment, vintage photos and other fun historical items.