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SculptureWalk & Arc of Dreams Named TripAdvisor 2020 Travelers’ Choice Winner

Sioux Falls SculptureWalk and the Arc of Dreams have been named TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Winners for 2020. Each year TripAdvisor combs through reviews and ratings from travelers everywhere and use that information to award the best attractions in the world. This exclusive honor puts SculptureWalk and Arc of Dreams in the top ten percent of all attractions worldwide!

“This honor is a testimony not only to the artists who create our sculptures, but to the donors, sponsors and people of Sioux Falls who have made SculptureWalk a fixture in Downtown Sioux Falls for 17 years. The addition of the Arc of Dreams last summer was the capstone of SculptureWalk and help to raise our program to national prominence.” Said Jim Clark, Director of SculptureWalk.

TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Award

2020 SculptureWalk Best of Show Winner Announced

SculptureWalk's 17th Anniversary Virtuoso Best of Show winner represents the best-of-the-best sculptures as judged on artistic merit and creativity. This year's top sculpture is “Tough Act to Follow” by artist Ray Kolbold of Illinois. Mr. Kolbold will receive a $2,000 cash award made possible by a gift from the Scoular Family Trust and become eligible to be named a Virtuoso Sculptor.

SculptureWalk Visitor Center Now Open at Washington Pavilion

To enhance the experience of visitors and patrons, SculptureWalk, First Bank & Trust and the Washington Pavilion have partnered together to create a SculptureWalk Visitor Center. The new center is located inside the Washington Pavilion and features a large-scale map of the sculpture route, brochures, video, artwork and more. 

The space is located on the second floor of the Washington Pavilion just outside the entrance to the Visual Arts Center, the new SculptureWalk Visitor Center is a great place to either start or finish your tour of the sculptures in Downtown Sioux Falls. 

The SculptureWalk Visitor Center is open whenever the Washington Pavilion is open to the public. Learn more here. 

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