86 9th St. Cir., N.E.
Sioux Center, IA 51250
Phone: (712) 722-4000
Fax: (712) 722-4013
86 9th St. Cir., N.E., Sioux Center, IA, US, 51250
- Phone: (712) 722-4000
- Fax: (712) 722-4013
This century-old Queen Anne home was built of native quartzite and features collections and exhibits that depict life on the prairie from an earlier time.
This library offers an extensive collection of books, periodicals, reference materials and other research aids.
Blue Mounds State Park is the perfect place to enjoy bird watching, swimming, camping and wildlife viewing.
This attraction educates visitors about the American Bison and its native prairie grasslands, and features three hundred twenty acres of pasture that once teemed with roaming bison.
Founded in 1877, the St. Adrian Catholic Church is a parish of a handful families residing in Adrian. The current building that stands was established in 1900. The red color and the Romanesque style of architecture are captivating. Several renovations and modifications have been done to previous buildings. It went from being a wooden structure to a massive building today. The St. Adrian Catholic Church now forms a part of the four parish group with Church of St. Kilian.
Electricity, fishing, and hiking are available at this beautiful State Park
A branch of the Plum Creek Library System, the Adrian Branch Library is a one-room library with a collection of over 10,000 items.
This remarkable nature center has modern meeting rooms, a library, and incredible nature trails.
Offers over 50 exhibits, some of which are animated. Depicts history and life of the region and the American West. Souvenir and fireworks store. Stop by the coffee shop and try a buffalo burger.
Sioux City is home to many well-maintained parks, and the Grandview Park is one of its most popular. Comprising an area of 35 acres (12.94 hectares), this park is usually crowded with locals looking for a break from the city’s hustle and bustle. Most known for its rose garden and bandshell, the Grandview Park plays host to many music events. Call for more information.
Museum traces, photos, artifacts, and a gift shop.
Visit this famous, thirty-foot stainless steel statue.