Brandon is a city in Minnehaha County, South Dakota, United States and is the largest suburb of Sioux Falls. Brandon is located five miles east of Sioux Falls. The population was estimated at 9,923 by the United States Census Bureau on July 1, 2016, which was up from 8,785 at the 2010 census.
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5 based on 270 reviews
I’ve been to this Cathedral a few times and each time I’m reminded of its beauty! It reminds me of St Peter’s in Vatican City... a very small part of St Peter’s... it’s a must see!
4.5 based on 81 reviews
We walked the King and Queen Rock Trail and just past the Balancing Rock on that trail. I'm in my 50s and quite heavy but had no trouble on the trails. There are some rock steps to maneuver and areas that would require more climbing than I wanted...but the trails themselves weren't that bad. I was glad that it hadn't rained, though, as that could possibly cause some surfaces to be slippery. I think this would be a great place for a canoe or kayak. Camping here might be fun also. I saw a cardinal pair but they were in a very shady spot so the picture didn't turn out too well. There was a lot of flowers but I'm sure later this month there will be many more.
3.5 based on 67 reviews
We enjoyed our overnight at Grand Falls Casino Resort. The hotel is very clean, and the rooms—whether suite or standard—are well-appointed and comfortable. The front desk staff were very friendly and accommodating, as was every staff member we encountered over the course of our visit. The massage therapists at the spa were amazing, but the spa itself disappointed a bit this time. Just a bit. The jacuzzi worked well, but neither the steam room nor the sauna seemed to be in working order. Beyond that, the water in the shower took about five minutes to get warm. In some ways, those are minor concerns. We had a really good time and enjoyed the hotel.
3 based on 3 reviews
Badlands Motor Speedway features a newly renovated 3/8 mile dirt track hosting fast action racing on Saturday and Sundays from May thru September. The top sprint car drivers from across the U.S. will converge to claim their share of the industry's most generous purse. National concerts and special events will showcase the track's diverse appeal.
Attended a WOO event, our first visit under new ownership. Many improvements. Improved restrooms, more pavement and concrete, and new seating and safer walkways and stairways. My only concern would be if Sioux Falls fans can digest the steeper pricing. New owner has made a huge investment, it appears.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Park with waterfalls where the river flows over many tiers of Sioux quartzite.
This is a beautiful park. Parents must exersize some common sense. Do not let young kids run, or play on the rocks. We always keep our kids within reach and teach them about recognizing danger, like the wet slippery rocks. Everytime we go I'm shocked at how many examples of bad parenting there are but we have visted falls park many times and my kids never even got close to falling in. I don't think a fence is the answer. Parents need to keep their kids safe. Raging river down the falls is beautiful and a must see.
4.5 based on 407 reviews
Very interesting to visit each sculpture. So much talent from all around. Many nice shops and restaurants to visit while there. Sioux Falls is really putting in the effort to make downtown an inviting place to visit and spend time.
4.5 based on 160 reviews
About UsThe mission of the Washington Pavilion of Arts and Science is to educate, entertain, inspire, and enrich the community by making arts and science part of our lives. Our vision is to be the region’s premier arts and cultural institution and a national model for multifaceted, community-based institutions.The Washington Pavilion is the region’s home for the arts, entertainment and science. Located in a beautifully renovated historic building in downtown Sioux Falls, it is one of only a few facilities in the world to bring together under one roof the performing arts, visual arts, interactive science and educational opportunities.The Washington Pavilion makes art and science part of the daily lives of thousands of people with programming from Broadway tours to intimate chamber recitals in two state-of-the-art theaters in the Husby Performing Arts Center ; more than 100 hands-on interactive science exhibits and the newly renovated Wells Fargo CineDome in the Kirby Science Discovery Center; and regional and national exhibits ranging from noted South Dakota artists to Andy Warhol in the Visual Arts Center.The Washington Pavilion serves the community through several other important initiatives:• On the first Friday of every month, the Pavilion opens its doors free-of-charge, welcoming more than 8,000 guests throughout the year.• The Community Learning Center provides educational opportunities for all ages with a broad range of engaging arts and science classes, workshops and internships, and no-cost art experiences for at-risk youth and underserved populations weekly during the school year at multiple venues.• The Graham Academy Preschool offers a unique educational setting for ages 3–5 with need-based scholarships available.• The Dakota Academy of Performing Arts prepares adolescents and young adults students for professional-level music and theater performances.• The Events Department provides individuals, groups and businesses with affordable, one-of-a-kind space and services for weddings, conferences, meetings and social gatherings.• The Pavilion is also home to several cultural partners, including the South Dakota Symphony Orchestra , Junior League of Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls Jazz & Blues Society , and South Dakota Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Pavilion is the future site of the South Dakota African American History Museum.With the vast array of high quality programming and educational activities available at the Washington Pavilion, people of all ages and walks of life can rely upon the organization to entertain, inspire, educate and enrich. There is, indeed, something for everyone here.
We have been to concerts and plays here, always a great show. Mary Sommervold hall is just a nice place to watch either. The Imax theature is really fun to watch a movie and they have several options. The interactive museum is something my grandchildren love to spend hours here.
4.5 based on 398 reviews
Enjoy over 800 free-flying butterflies from around the world in the tropical conservatory. View vibrant marine fishes, jellyfish, and corals in ten aquariums, including the Pop-Up Dome Aquarium, Shark & Stingray Touch Pool, and Pacific Tide Pool. Experience interactive learning and relaxation with tropical butterflies and marine life. A year round tropical destination! The Butterfly House & Aquarium is a nonprofit organization, funded entirely by admissions, memberships, gift shop sales, and donations. Thank you for visiting and supporting our mission of learning, healing, and celebrating nature's beauty with tropical butterflies and marine life!
There were a lot of butterflies in this tropical butterfly house. there were also small quail in there which were very cute. the volunteer staff were very knowledgeable and very friendly. The aquarium was also very interesting. A great place to visit especially on a cold day.
4 based on 332 reviews
Open 361 days a year, the Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History is home to more than 1,000 animals from 137 species including 24 endangered species. The 45-acre park offers up-close views to animals often not found in larger Zoos including Tigers, Rhinos, Bears, Primates, Giraffe, and an award-winning Snow Monkey exhibit. The Zoo also includes the Delbridge Museum of Natural History, a rare collection of 150 mounted animals including 38 “vanishing species.”
I take my granddaughters to the Zoo Boo every year. I love to see the changes made. My granddaughters love to see the animals. I can't wait to take them next year.
4.5 based on 123 reviews
Beautifully restored 1800s quartzite building has three floors of regional history exhibits.
The building itself is beautiful. Unfortunately, through the years renovations were made but when a new courthouse was built this building was restored. The court gallery has been restored with its original seats but not the courtroom itself. Some of the original furniture is current being used in the new courthouse or the staff in this building. The surfaces have been restored and currently some of the murals are being worked on. It's definitely worth a visit.
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