Make time for history at the Old Courthouse Museum. This beautifully-restored 1800s quartzite building has three floors of regional history exhibits. The Museum store includes unique and affordable Dakota-made gifts for the whole family. Click Here for more Information.
Free admission. Free parking. Wheelchair accessible. Open daily. Call (605) 367-4210 ext. 0 or email for more information about current exhibits and fun, educational programs for all ages. Link to Map/Parking/Hours
Welcome to the Past! Tour the elegant 1889 Queen Anne-style home of South Dakota’s first senator, Richard Pettigrew. Take a guided tour of the historic home, or browse the museum galleries and discover the Sioux Falls of the late 1800s. Click Here for more Information.
Free admission. Free parking. Wheelchair accessible. Open Monday through Sunday. Call (605) 367-7097 or email for more information. Link to Map/Parking/Hours
The Irene Hall Museum Resource Center is the main repository for the Siouxland Heritage Museums. It houses all of the artifacts that are not on exhibit at the Old Courthouse Museum or the Pettigrew Home and Museum. Researchers, students, and members of the public who are interested in local and regional history are welcome to consult a range of materials, including three dimensional artifacts, photographs, newspapers, maps, books, manuscripts, and limited local government records in the public work room.
Free admission. Free parking. Wheelchair accessible. Open daily. Call (605) 978-7016 or email for more information. Link to Map/Parking/Hours