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Sioux City Public Museum

The downtown museum boasts large, colorful permanent exhibits and temporary exhibits and interactive displays, plus the "Corn Palace theatre," which plays a short orientation film for visitors. 

The Museum's Research Center and Archives offer an opportunity to dig deep into a particular topic of Sioux City history, and classrooms are available to rent for community events and private parties. The museum also hosts a regular "History at High Noon" program on various subjects. 

Admission to the museum is free. 

SIOUX CITY | Models and posters created by Sioux City fourth-graders representing local historic landmarks, people and events will be on display beginning Saturday at the Public Museum.

More than 1,000 students from 13 participating schools created projects. Approximately 90 were selected for display in the museum based on their uniqueness, quality and relation to local history. 

Exhibits will include models of the Peirce Mansion, Sergeant Floyd Monument, City Hall, Thorpe's Jewelry Store, Charles City Hall College and the South Bottoms neighborhood. 

The exhibit will be on display through May 12. 

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