IntroductionIf you're driving west from Sioux Falls on Interstate 90, be sure to stop in Mitchell (70 mi/112 km away) to see the turreted Corn Palace. Take some time to look at its decorative patterns and pictures made up of grasses, corn and other grains that are remade annually with locally harvested products. Erected in 1892, it has been rebuilt twice and seats about 3,300 people. The fully bedecked palace is the centerpiece of Corn Palace Festival each August. The Corn Palace Stampede Rodeo takes place in July.
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