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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

Meet 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.

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Black Hills Playhouse

Black Hills Playhouse

(855) 584-4141
24834 S Playhouse Rd
Custer, SD 57730

Join us for musicals, romance, comedy and drama in the rustic beauty of Custer State Park. Casual atmosphere and air conditioned theater, featuring concessions and lovely picnic grounds. Custer State Park pass required. Reservations recommended.

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Rockin' R Trail Rides

Rockin' R Trail Rides

(520) 349-6078
24853 Village Ave. 1 mile S of Crazy Horse Memorial
Custer, SD 57730

Closest horseback trail rides to Crazy Horse Memorial. Friendly, knowledgeable staff guide your small group on beautiful trails in the Black Hills National Forest. Reasonable rates, families welcome. Guided trail rides - 1 hour, 1.5 hours, 2 hours, & half days. 7 days a week. Memorial weekend through September.

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Spearfish Rec & Aquatics Center

Spearfish Rec & Aquatics Center

(605) 722-1430
122 Recreation Lane
Spearfish, SD 57783

SRAC has something for everyone to enjoy in its state of the art facility. With an outdoor waterpark, fitness center, and gym we offer activities for all ages. Make lasting memories. Summer facility hours are Sunday 12pm - 7pm, Monday - Friday 5:30 am - 9pm & Saturday 8am - 7pm.  

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Alpine Slide at Rushmore Tramway Adventures*

Alpine Slide at Rushmore Tramway Adventures*

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

Coast downhill for big thrills just 2 miles below Mt. Rushmore. Chairlift up to Gardens & Grille, & view NEW Zipline Tour action! Then grab a sled & cruise the Slide. Wheeled sleds with brakes offer full control of speed. Small kids ride with adults. For ages 2 to 102!

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Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center

Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center

(605) 584-3110
160 West Main
Lead, SD 57754

The Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center is a modern and dramatic facility providing public outreach for the Sanford Underground Research Laboratory as well as interpretation of the history and cultural context of the City of Lead, the Homestake gold mine, and the new, underground Lab.

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Tatanka - Story of the Bison

Tatanka - Story of the Bison

(605) 584-5678
100 Tatanka Drive
Deadwood, SD

Kevin Costner invites you to learn the story of the Bison. Long ago, 30-60 million bison once roamed the great plains of North America, but they were hunted almost to extinction. Stop in to learn their story and see the magnificent bronze statues depecting a buffalo hunt.

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Badlands Petrified Gardens

Badlands Petrified Gardens

(605) 837-2448
I-90 Exit 152
Kadoka, SD 57543

Easy access off I-90, Exit 152. Unique outdoor park includes the largest petrified trees & logs ever found in the Badlands area. Indoor museum features prehistoric Badlands mammal & sea fossils, extensive florescent mineral display, agates, rock, mineral & crystal specimens. Open mid-April to late October.

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The Trial of Jack McCall

The Trial of Jack McCall

(605) 578-1876
767 Main St
Deadwood, SD 57732

Wild Bill Hickok liked a good card game. Once in his life he took a chair with his back to the door. He never heard the boom of Jack McCall's vengeful six-gun. America has never forgotten. McCall is captured on Main Street at 7:30 pm followed by the trial at 8:00 pm daily except Mondays.

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Days of '76 Museum

Days of '76 Museum

(605) 578-1657
18 Seventy Six Drive
Deadwood, SD 57732

Deadwood’s newest museum commemorates the history of the award-winning Days of ‘76 Celebration and Rodeo and features a collection of American Indian artifacts. Other exhibits explore Black Hills history, a historic firearms collection, as well as a stunning collection of wagons, carriages, and stagecoaches. Affordable admission. Open year-round.

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