Keystone Historical Museum | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota

Keystone Historical Museum

  • Keystone Historical Museum
    Keystone Historical Museum
  • Keystone Historical Museum
    Keystone Historical Museum
  • Keystone Historical Museum
    Keystone Historical Museum
  • Keystone Historical Museum
    Keystone Historical Museum
  • Keystone Historical Museum
    Keystone Historical Museum
  • Keystone Historical Museum
    Keystone Historical Museum
  • Keystone Historical Museum
    Keystone Historical Museum
Find Us: 
410 3rd Street
Keystone, SD 57751
Call: 
(605) 666-4494
Hours: 

Hours vary month to month... However, if you have a group that would like to visit outside of these hours, please contact us - We'll do our best to make it work!

May 1st to June 11th - 9 am to 3 pm
June 12th to August 6th - 9 am to 6 pm
August 7th to September 15th - 9 am to 3 pm.

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TAKE A TRIP INTO YESTER-YEAR!

Walk through the historic schoolhouse that is home to a great collection of truly Keystone history! Listed below are just some of the collections ~  We're sure you'll have a great experience as you wander through the hallways and classrooms of days gone by.

• Gutzon Borglum (Sculptor), & the Carvers of Mount Rushmore
• Wild Horse Harry Hardin & Sugar Babe
• Peter Norbeck & Iron Mountain Road
• CC Gideon & the Pigtail Bridges
• Discovery of GOLD in Battle Creek
• Keystone’s Hard-rock Gold Miners
• Town of Keystone Founders
• The Black Hills Gold Rush & Tin Boom!

Keystone, South Dakota is also known as the home to Carrie Ingalls Swanzey. Yes, this is the Carrie Ingalls from Little House on the Prairie. Carrie was a newspaperwoman in and around Keystone. She married a local widower by the name of David Swanzey, raised his children and made their home here.

Keystone History Museum

The museum has artifacts from the Ingalls family,
including Ma Ingalls' China Shepherdess.

Ingalls

 

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