4: Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum
Animals of all kinds can be found at both the Great Plains Zoo and the Delbridge Museum. The zoo has forty-five acres that are filled with animals from all over the world. There are not too many other zoos where visitors can get as close to the animals as they can at the Great Plains Zoo. While many people love seeing the Asian Cat exhibit and the Rare Rhinos of Africa exhibit, the best exhibit is the Hy-Vee-Face-to-Face Farm. This is where everyone can feed the animals, ride camels, and even kiss a sheep or two. Over at the Delbridge Museum of Natural History, there are no live animals, but there are animals mounted on the walls. Some of the animals on display are on the list of being close to extinction, which makes it an even more interesting place to visit.
Address: 805 S Kiwanis Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57104