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Take a trip through time at one of the many Black Hills museums.  From the Wild West to Native culture, our museums will paint an accurate picture of the days past.

Termesphere Gallery & Museum

Termesphere Gallery & Museum

(605) 642-4805
1920 Christensen Drive
Spearfish, SD 57783

Plan a visit to Termesphere Gallery & Museum while in the Black Hills of South Dakota. You'll experience a wonder-filled space that will keep your head turning!

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Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall Of Fame

Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall Of Fame

(605) 347-2001
999 Main St
Sturgis, SD 57785

The Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame offers a variety of unique motorcycle and motorcycling memorabilia with special emphasis on the world famous Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Open year-round, seven days a week. Hours vary by season. Admission.

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Dinosaur Museum

Dinosaur Museum

(605) 342-8140
8971 S Hwy 16
Rapid City, SD 57702

The Dinosaur Museum is located on Hwy 16 next door to the Reptile Gardens.  Visitors will see over 50 life-size dinosaurs as they appeared in the flesh millions of years ago.  The Museum also features a Mirror Maze, movie theatre, children's fossil dig, birthday party area & a gift shop. Free mini golf w/admission.

Tatanka Story of the Bison

Tatanka - Story of the Bison

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

Kevin Costner invites you to learn how 30-60 million bison once roamed the great plains of North America and were hunted almost to extinction. This is their story. View a larger than life bronze sculpture of 14 bison pursued by 3 Native American horseback riders. Experience a hands-on Interpretive Center, Visit our Native American gift shop & snack bar.

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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. It also features a stunning collection of American Indian artifacts.  Other exhibits explore Black Hills history, a historic firearm collection, as well as a vast collection of wagons, carriages, and stagecoaches. 

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Oglala Lakota College Historical Center

Oglala Lakota College Historical Center

(605) 455-6000
7 Miles SW of Kyle
Kyle, SD 57752

See, feel, hear the history of the Oglala Lakota people. Walk through the Historical Center on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation , near Kyle. See photographs & artwork displays that chronicle the history of the Oglala Lakota from early 1800's to the Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890. Meet Lakota artists featured throughout the summer.

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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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