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Enjoy all there is in the Black Hills and Badlands of South Dakota.
Admission. $6.00 adult, $5.00 seniors, $2.00 youth (12-18), free 11 & under, donations welcome. Three floors of 1874 to present Black Hills, Lakota & pioneer displays. 1874 Custer Expedition, 1875 cabin. Bookstore, handicapped accessible. Free youth activities.
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.
From the comfort of your own vehicle, observe black bears, mountain lions, wolves, elk, & other North American wildlife in their natural environment. Take Babyland area where younger & smaller animals frolic in the outdoors & the grizzly bear roams. Cub Grub Snack Shack. Bear's Den Gift Shop.
Premier tour company offering up-close experiences of the Black Hills & Western SD in smaller vehicles for a personal touch. Choose from unique tours including Mt. Rushmore & Badlands and Deadwood & Devils Tower. Also providing hiking, biking, kayaking, & SUP adventure tours.
Everyone including adults, will have fun challenging the 37,000 sq. ft. two-level maze. Black Hills history themed mini-golf. Full round, free standing climbing tower. Cool down at Water Wars. Try your skils at Bankshot basketball. Batting cages.
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.
Free family fun; historic Rapid City attraction! Experience towering, life-sized Dinosaur replicas. Located on beautiful Skyline Dr. w/ spectacular 100 mile view of the Hills. Listed in National Register of Historic Places. Blocks from Downtown.
Rooms with a history in the hotel built by Deadwood's first sheriff, Seth Bullock. Modern convenience with a taste of the past includes queen, king, two queen and Jacuzzi rooms. This great downtown Deadwood accommodations will keep you comfortable and still remind you of the Old West spirit of the town.