Rushmore Cave

Rushmore Cave

(605) 255-4384
13622 SD Hwy 40 - 5 miles E of Keystone on Hwy 40
Keystone, SD 57751

The closest cave to Mount Rushmore. Journey on our scenic cave tour & experience the stalactite filled "Big Room." Go flying on the Soaring Eagle Zipline or shoot it out at the Gunslinger 7D Interactive Theater. Open Daily May-Oct.

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Scenic Chairlift at Rushmore Tramway Adventures

Scenic Chairlift at Rushmore Tramway Adventures*

(605) 666-4478
203 Cemetery Rd.
Keystone, SD 57751

Glide up to a hilltop oasis & beautiful views of Mt. Rushmore.  Find fragrant flower gardens, walking paths, soothing waterfalls & the Mountaintop Grille. Every table affords a view of the famous faces & a peek at brand-new Zipline Tour action! Chairlift back or coast down the thrilling Alpine Slide.

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Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial

(605) 673-4681
12151 Avenue of the Chiefs
Custer, SD 57730

World's largest mountain carving in progress, located minutes from Mt. Rushmore on Hwy 16/385. Witness work on the mountain, enjoy American Indian museums, art galleries, sculptor's studio-home, antiques. American Indian artists & performers. Nightly laser show in season, restaurant & gift shop. Open year-round.

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Old Fort Meade Museum - Sturgis, SD

Old Fort Meade Museum

(605) 347-9822
55 Sherman Street
Sturgis, SD 57785

Fort Meade was established during the winter of 1878-79 by the 1st & 11th infantry as well as the reorganized 7th Cavalry. It outlived all other frontier posts of the Upper Missouri West, surviving as a military installation until 1944 when it became a Veterans Administration Hospital as it remains today. Journey back in military history through the many exhibits.

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Kodiak's Arcade & Shooting Gallery Deadwood SD

Kodiak's Arcade & Shooting Gallery

(605) 559-2030
83 Sherman St.
Deadwood, SD 57732

It's game on in Deadwood! Kids of all ages can catch some gaming action in the wild west city. Featuring more than 30 games & 2 custom built, themed shooting galleries, this place is a good time! Entertainment for the whole family. Cool prizes, snack bar, beer & wine. Plenty of parking behind the building. Families & parties welcome!

Black Hills Mining Museum

Black Hills Mining Museum

(605) 584-1605
323 W Main
Lead, SD 57754

On Main Street in Lead, the Black Hills Mining Museum, the Official Mining Museum of South Dakota, is dedicated to the thousands of hard working men and women who were responsible for the rich 130-year history of mining in the area.

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D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery

D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery

(605) 642-7730
423 Hatchery Circle
Spearfish, SD 57783

Established in 1886, we're a U.S. Fish & Wildlife facility. We invite you to stop by to visit our free attraction! We have a museum, historic home, fisheries railcar, fish ponds and underwater viewing windows to see trout. Shop the store and feed the fish and ducks! Open daily late-May to late-Sept. Grounds open year-round. Free attraction.

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Beaver Lake Water Slide

Beaver Lake Water Slide

(800) 346-4383(800) 346-4383
12005 W Hwy 16
Custer, SD 57730

Join us for great wet & wild fun at Beaver Lake Water Park! 2 pools open 9am - 9pm, one 360' waterslide open 1-7pm, Memorial to Labor Day, weather permitting. Daily admission includes swimming, picnic, sports field, showers and free Wi-Fi.

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Trail Rides at High Country Guest Ranch

Trail Rides at High Country Guest Ranch

(605) 574-9003
12138 Ray Smith Drive
Hill City, SD 57745

Ride horses in the breathtaking beauty of the Black Hills with our experienced wranglers, 4 miles west of Hill City on Deerfield Road. Open May-Sept; riders must be at least 6 years old. Rides are operated with a special-use permit from the Black Hills National Forest Service.

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America's Founding Fathers Exhibit

America's Founding Fathers Exhibit

(605) 877-6043
9815 S Hwy 16
Rapid City, SD 57702

Discover the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence. History meets art in a life-size sculpture exhibit that offers a rare opportunity to see and hear the amazing story of how the United States of America began. This exhibit is a must-see after your visit to Mount Rushmore.

Adults : $10
Children 12 and under are free

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