Things to do in Sioux Falls with kids
South Dakota is a STUNNING part of the USA, and Sioux Falls is no different! It’s also a magical place to take kids - which is perfect for us!
Sioux Falls was named after the Sioux tribe of American Indians, so the area has an incredible history! Know what else? It also has incredible family fun!
Get those swimmers out - it’s water time! Wild Water West Waterpark even has paintball! Active kids always get a bounce out of Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park (Adults, you know you want to join in!) and Xcite Family Fun Center - with over 10,000 square feet of inflatables!
South Dakota is a mecca for the great plains - so it’s fitting they have Great Plains Zoo! There are over 1,000 animals - from zebra to anteater, so you can spend the day like you are on a great African Safari! Roar!
From safari to the slopes, Sioux Falls even has a winter wonderland in attractions like Great Beat Recreation Park, with snowboarding, tubing and skiing! And of course, beautiful nature with Falls Park.
Could it be the city that has everything? It’s pretty close! Best go check it out for yourself!
The mission of the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science is to educate, entertain, inspire and to enrich community by making arts and science part of our lives.
Home to 1,000 amazing animals, the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls offers up-close views of animals including giraffes, tigers, & rhinos!
Wall to wall trampolines, with open jump, dodgeball, foam pits and lots of bouncing fun in Sioux Falls!
Your ticket to summer fun with this splashing water park in Sioux Falls, as well as go karts, batting cages and paintball!
The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum is a great place to visit and enjoy the history of the Dakota prairie. The museum is a powerful resource for all aspects of the rich history that South Dakota has proudly carried for many generations.
Explore the only archaeological site in South Dakota that is open to the public, as you uncover the first settlers who lived on this site in 900AD.
Experience over 500 animals of the world, representing 130 species and those native to South Dakota in the popular Bramble Park Zoo
Boasts a proud collection of Native American art, artifacts and more. As an outreach program of St. Joseph's, the museum operates entirely on donations. Admission is free; tours are offered.
Walk the grounds where the officers' quarters, stone barracks, powder magazine, guard house, and other buildings remain at frontier Fort Sisseton. This 1864 fort, atop the Coteau des Prairies (or hills of the prairies), is a rare reminder of the west....
Dacotah Prairie Museum takes you back in time over 100 years ago to explore the people, progress and natural history that combined to propel the prairie region into existence, with exhibits covering pre-settler history to present
For those nature loving active families, Wylie Park is a magical 210 acres of attractions revolving around storybooks and fairytales.
Great seasonal family fun with mini golf, go-karts, bumper boats, lazer maze and even a bungy! Great for those active and playful kids!
The Museum of the South Dakota State Historical Society has 15,000 square ft. of exhibition space located in the Cultural Heritage Center.