Deadwood Super 8
196 Cliff Street
Deadwood, SD 57732
(605)578-2535
(800)800-8000

 

Adams Memorial Museum
54 Sherman Street
Deadwood, SD 57732
605-578-1714

Local history of old time Deadwood, Deadwood characters, including Wild Bill Hickok, brothels, gambling. Special lectures and exhibits.


Mt. Moriah Cemetery
Deadwood, SD 57732

Burial place of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock and other local characters. One of the few places in the country where the US flag flies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Beautiful overlook of the city of Deadwood from the Flag Pole area.


Saloon #10
Historic Main Street

See the chair Wild Bill was sitting in when he was shot. Sawdust on the floor and museum. Re-enactment of the actual incident several times a day, in season.


Homestake Visitor Center
160 W. Main Street
Lead, SD 57754
605-584-3110

World's oldest continuously operated Gold Mine. See mining from the early gold panning days to the high-tech methods of today. Learn about the process of crushing ore, milling & refining and about the underground mine that reaches more than 8,000 feet below the town of Lead. Mining artifacts and a gift shop. The Visitors Center is located on the edge of the open cut.


Mt. Rushmore

Also located within easy driving distance ...

Mt. Rushmore - Site of the National Monument mountain carving of the four President's heads by Borglum.

Crazy Horse - Mountain carving of Native American Leader Crazy Horse by Korczak.

Custer State Park - Explore this 73,000 acre world class wildlife preserve and vacation paradise located just south of Mt. Rushmore.

Deer Mountain and Terry Peak - Visit the ski slopes and experience skiing the Black Hills.