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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Black Hills Caverns

Black Hills Caverns

(605) 343-0542
2600 Cavern Rd
Rapid City, SD 57702

Hills' greatest crystal cave with the best variety of formations. Logomites, frost crystal, stalactites, stalagmites, helectites, and colorful calcite crystals. Adventure tours. Unique gift & rock shops and free geological museum.

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Cosmos Mystery Area

Cosmos Mystery Area

(605) 343-9802
24040 Cosmos Road, 17 mi south of Rapid City on Hwy 16,
Rapid City, SD 57702

Experience a world where comedy, mystery & science collide. Feel the force in the old crooked cabin, stand on the wall, see objects defy gravity & laugh yourself silly! Beautiful gift shop, gorgeous Black Hills setting & amazing staff! And, our Geode Adventure is something you don't want to miss!

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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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Black Hills Escape Rooms

Black Hills Escape Rooms

(605) 731-8050
705 Main Street
Rapid City, SD 57702

Located in Historic downtown Rapid City, real life game playing! Exciting and addictive fun. Numerous interesting, historically accurate Black Hills scenarios available. Escape the rooms in 60 minutes ...IF you can!

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Ghosts of the Black Hills

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South Dakota's Original 1880 Town

South Dakota's Original 1880 Town

(605) 344-2259
I-90
Midland, SD 57552

Tour an authentic 1880 era historic town. From buildings to their contents. The displays & buildings range from Indian relics for the 1870's to the 14 sided barn built in 1909. Experience their life with costume rentals. Many displays.

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The Journey Museum

The Journey Museum

(605) 394-6923
222 New York Street
Rapid City, SD 57701

Your journey in the Black Hills starts here. 4 great collections for 1 low price. Learn & play all day, experience interactive displays & exhibits, plus special theater presentations daily. You will begin at the dawn of time & travel through the universe. Conveniently located in downtown Rapid City.

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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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Blue Bell Chuckwagon Cookout

Blue Bell Chuckwagon Cookout

(888) 875-0001
25453 US Hwy 87 at Blue Bell Lodge
Custer State Park, SD 57730

Fun for all ages! Start with a hayride along peaceful roads through the Park. Frequent wildlife encounters. Hearty chuckwagon dinner in a secluded canyon with a live band. Souvenir hat & bandana for all guests. Audience interaction! Daily, late-afternoon. Times vary by month. For more adventure combine it with Buffalo Safari Jeep Tour! Fun for the whole family!

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National Presidential Wax Museum

National Presidential Wax Museum

(605) 666-4455
609 Hwy 16A
Keystone, SD 57751

Celebrate America's proud heritage with a parade of U.S. presidents in dramatic historical settings. Recall our nation's leaders. Relive history's great events. And, recapture a spirit of patriotism as you witness the evolution of American democracy, particularly with our breathtaking display "911 Remembered." 

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