SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) – The Sergeant Floyd River Museum and Welcome Center is celebrating 30 years in Sioux City.
The decommissioned tow boat hosting Siouxlanders on Wednesday, who enjoyed cake while taking a look at the exhibits. The center has been called one of “Iowa’s most unique museums”. It is a free museum and is full of historical items and ranks as a local historical landmark itself.
“It’s a part of our history here in Sioux City and its a nice place for the community to come together and learn a little bit about the city itself,” said Chris Dekker who supervises the center.
A second event celebrating the Sergeant Floyd Museum is set for Saturday. A guest speaker will be giving a complete history of the old towboat.