I-29 Cultural Corridor
ART • MUSIC • PLAY • HISTORY • CULTURE
Follow Interstate 29 to attractions featuring visual arts, performing arts, history, Lewis and Clark, Native American heritage, science, family and children's acivities, unique shopping and so much more.
Three floors of regional history exhibits at the Old Courthouse. Pettigrew Home is elegant 1889 home of S.D.'s first senator.
Old Courthouse Musuem at 200 W. 6th St.
Pettigrew Home at 131 N. Duluth Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
South Dakota Art Museum
Exhibits feature Harvey Dunn, Native American art, Marghab Linens, Paul Goble, regional and national artists. Unique store.
SDSU - Medary Avenue & Harvey Dunn Street
Brookings, SD 57007
(605) 688-5423, 1-866-805-7590
McCrory Gardens and Arboretum
A botanical garden and arboretum comprised of nearly 70 acres, it is a great place to enjoy and learn about nature.
631 22nd Avenue
Oscar Howe Art Gallery
Built in 1882, Old Main is a fitting home for the work of one of the institution's most celebrated faculty members.
University of South Dakota Campus
Redlin Art Center
Permanently displays more than 150 of Terry Redlin's original paintings.
1200 33rd Street SE / Mickelson Drive
Sisseton Wahpeton College
"Song to the Great Spirit" is a monumental work of "sculptural architecture" that functions as an academic building.
BIA Road 700
Across from Agency Village
South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum
Marvel at the rich agricultural history and rural heritage that made South Dakota great and continues to inspire us today.
Medary Avenue at 11th Street
April 26, South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings
April 28 - April 29, South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings
May 2, Children's Museum of South Dakota, Brookings
May 2 - May 3, Downtown Brookings
May 3 - May 4, Washington Pavilion and Downtown Sioux Falls
May 30, South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings
June 17 - June 19, South Dakota Art Museum/Brookings
June 21 - June 22, Fishback Soccer Fields, Brookings
July 12 - July 13, Pioneer Park, Brookings