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Experience All the Excitement of Sioux City

Sioux City is located in both Woodbury and Plymouth counties in the northwestern area of Iowa. The city is home to several cultural points of interest including the Sioux City Art Center, the Sioux City Public Museum, and the Sergeant Floyd Monument, which is a National Historic Landmark that honors the Louis and Clark Expedition of 1804. If you prefer performance art, residents can enjoy live theater by several local troupes including the Sioux City Community Theater, LAMB Arts Regional Theatre, and Shot in the Dark Productions. In addition to its arts community, Sioux City offers stunning natural scenery in its many parks. Grandview Park is a local favorite, boasting the famous Municipal Bandshell where residents can enjoy concerts every Sunday evening. You’ll also be able to enjoy nature tails, athletic fields, playground equipment, and picnic shelters at the many other area parks. Sioux City has been named “Best Places to Live,” “Top 15 Best Places for Small Businesses and Careers”, and even “Top Metro Area in the Midwest.”