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About Sioux Falls
From nature to art to history to architecture, Sioux Falls truly has something for everybody. Named for the Sioux tribes and the falls of the Big Sioux River, the city is now the largest in South Dakota.
The heart of Sioux Falls is the vibrant downtown, which is full of historic buildings, public art, and dozens of unique shops and restaurants. Spread throughout the downtown sidewalks, Sculpture Walk features over fifty pieces that artists loan to the city each year. Food runs the gamut from burgers to French patisserie, and if you’re thirsty, there are coffee shops galore, wine bars, and several craft breweries.
And yes, there really are waterfalls right in the city! Falls Park covers 128 acres at the northern edge of downtown and features not just the namesake waterfalls, but also a visitor center, gift shop, café, historic sites and markers, and an agriculture museum. A wide variety of other parks and museums are downtown and spread throughout the city.
You may be seeing pink after spending some time in Sioux Falls, as Sioux quartzite has been quarried in the area for over a century. Extremely hard and durable, it was used to construct many of the early buildings. Now it is frequently used as an aggregate in asphalt, so even our roads sometimes have a pink hue.
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