Getting Around Sioux Falls

Downtown Trolley

The Downtown Trolley is a hop-on, hop-off historic tour of downtown Sioux Falls. The trolley makes a loop from Falls Park in the north, down Main Avenue to the Washington
Pavilion, and back up Phillips Avenue to Falls Park, stopping along the way on East 8th Street. Each loop takes 25-30 minutes.

Riding the trolley is just $2 a day per person, and kids 12 and under ride FREE. Trolley vehicles are also ADA accessible.

  • Thursday – Saturday 11:00 a.m to 8:00 p.m.
  • Sundays 12:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m.

See the Trolley Map

Along the Route

See The Falls Themselves

Any trip to Sioux Falls should start with seeing the falls themselves. Located within Falls Park, the Big Sioux River rolls into the signature falls of the city. Falls Park itself is 123 acres with biking and walking trails that connect to the whole city. During a visit to the park see if you can spot the remains of the 19th century Queen Bee Mill across the river.

Photo courtesy of Sioux Falls CVB

Explore the SculptureWalk

SculptureWalk is a year-round exhibit of 55 sculptures on loan from artists to the city of Sioux Falls. Each year the public votes for a favorite sculpture which becomes part of the permanent collection. The downtown art walk runs from Washington Pavilion to Falls Park which includes the landmark ‘Arc of Dreams’ spanning the Big Sioux River.

For more information on the art and artists please see the SculptureWalk website .

Immerse Yourself in History

Historians interested in the past of Sioux Falls will be able to explore it in architecture, monuments, and museums. Whether it is the USS South Dakota Battleship Memorial, the elaborate Romanesque design of St. Joseph’s cathedral, or the funky replica of Michelangelo’s David in Fawick Park, Sioux Falls has plenty to satisfy curious historians.

Photo courtesy of Rich Murphy