Washington Pavilion

Pavilion unveils dinosaur-themed climbing structure

Kids and families can explore tunnels and caves, and navigate bridges and slides as part of the largest indoor climbing structure in Sioux Falls, which opened this week at the Washington Pavilion.

2 months ago

City launches program to ‘figure out how we co-exist with COVID-19 over the winter’

A new program championed by the city of Sioux Falls called Sioux Falls Alive aims to give people safe programs and events during the fall and winter months.

4 months ago

Washington Pavilion to add dinosaur-themed climbing exhibit

Kids will be able to tackle a two-story, dinosaur-themed climber at the Washington Pavilion later this year.

4 months ago

Sidewalk Arts Festival adds special opening hour

The annual Sidewalk Arts Festival will go on this Saturday outside the Washington Pavilion, with an early opening hour for at-risk guests.

4 months ago

Pavilion cancels this season’s Performance Series

The Washington Pavilion has canceled its 2020-21 Performance Series, which would have brought hit shows to Sioux Falls.

5 months ago

‘Every week the numbers have gone up’: Guests are returning to local attractions

Weeks after reopening, we checked in with major visitor attractions to see if guests are coming back.

7 months ago

Pavilion unveils agriculture-themed science center exhibits

Visitors to the Washington Pavilion can pick pretend crops for inspection, sell them at a marketplace, explore tunnels to interact with the bugs that contribute to soil health and climb into a tractor that they can drive virtually around a farm. 

7 months ago

‘Coming soon’ to the Washington Pavilion: Memorable customer experiences

When the Washington Pavilion shut down, work began behind the scenes so it could reopen with a better customer experience.

7 months ago

Pavilion plans to reopen more attractions June 1

The Washington Pavilion plans to reopen the Kirby Science Discovery Center and the Visual Arts Center and some programs June 1.

8 months ago

School’s out: Now what? Parents plan for different approach to summer

Parents wrapping up their dual role as teachers now face a new quandary: how to care for the kids and keep them safe this summer. From child care centers to camps, we checked in on what options are emerging.

8 months ago

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