Unlike Anything You'd Expect

MoVM

Upcoming Events -

Come check out Sioux Falls’ only Imagination Playground!

Kids Craft Corner, Day Play, After School Art, and so much more!

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Welcome to the Museum of Visual Materials in Sioux Falls – the first LEED Platinum Green building in the state of South Dakota. We provide the community with green education through tours, classes, and hands on experiences. The MoVM encourages visitors of all ages to explore in our music room, Hall of Americas, Hall of Continents, cooking demo kitchen, and gardens.

The Museum of Visual Materials in Sioux Falls, South Dakota is one of the oldest buildings in town and one of the greenest buildings in the state. We are proud to be registered as South Dakota’s first LEED platinum certified green building. We are a privately owned museum that is reaching out to the community to bring you a museum unlike anything you’d expect.

To learn more about our special “green” attributes, takea tour on this site and find out about our green features throughout the building. Each room holds its own stories such as the Hall of Continents and the different journeys from the Faithe Family.

We encourage visitors from all over the country to visit the Museum of Visual Materials on their next trip to Sioux Falls. Walking distance from Falls Park in the Downtown area, the museum has many interesting things for visitors to discover.

Classes and Activities are held frequently for the Sioux Falls community and visitors. Visit our Classes and Activities page to see which classes are being currently offered.

 Photo by Shannon Dyce Photography
The Museum of Visual Materials has been voted as one of the Sioux Falls Local Best for its banquet facility. The unique quartzite walls and rustic feel make it a charming choice for any event. The museum is a true hot spot and is almost always booked far in advance. Are you looking for a  unique private party venue? The MoVM may be your perfect spot!
**Notice** The Museum makes no representations or warranties as to the truth, accuracy or completeness of the content of information that has been provided by donors of the museum.
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