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1410 East Centre St.
Rapid City, SD 57703
 (605) 343-2321
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 Mailing Address 

P.O. Box 2521
Rapid City, SD 57709-2521
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Black Hills Attractions

Deadwood Points of Interest

Are you sore from all of that biking? Take a break and do some sightseeing in historic Deadwood. Here are the Top 10 Things to Do in Deadwood, according to TripAdvisor.com:

  1. DeadWheels Bike Rentals

    DeadWheels Bicycle Rentals will give both avid and leisure bicyclists the opportunity to travel from Deadwod, SD to the fourteen trailheads of the Mickelson Trail, giving them an opportunity to exercise and enjoy the natural beauty of Black Hills and the Mickelson Trail.

  2. Cadilac Jack's Casino

    Located in beautiful historic Deadwood, Cadillac Jack’s Gaming Resort is the Black Hills’ hottest full-service casino and hotel.

  3. Days of '76 Museum

    Deadwood's newest museum documents the celebration and rodeo. The Days of '76 Museum features exceptional displays of carriages, firearms, American Indian artifacts and illustrates Deadwood's enduring friendship with Buffalo Bill Cody.

  4. Broken Boot Gold Mine

    Follow the path of ore cars deep underground into the century-old shafts of the Broken Boot. Walk in the footsteps of thousands of faceless miners who sought their fortunes in the dark and explosive atmosphere of black powder and candlelight.

  5. Mt. Roosevelt Monument

    Mt. Roosevelt is only a few miles away from Deadwood and offers amazing views on the short, not to strenuous hike. You can see Bear Butte to the East, North Dakota to the North (obviously), Bear Lodge Mountains to the northwest, Terry, Custer and Harney Peaks to the south. And views of Lead and Deadwood.

  6. Tatanka: Story of the Bison

    30-60 million bison once roamed the great plains of North America. By the close of the 19th century, it's estimated that less than 1,000 bison survived. This is their story.

  7. Historic Old Town

    Wandering through Deadwood’s Historic Old Town is almost like stepping into a time machine. Though this lovely avenue has been modernized and is now home to numerous restaurants, boutiques and attractions, this little corner of the Wild West still retains its old charm. Historic Old Town is a nice place for families of all ages to spend a few hours and get a taste of life in 19th century Deadwood. Although the area attracts adults with its many casinos, kids will love the delicious food at the various period-themed restaurants and searching for souvenirs at Historic Old Town’s many shops.

  8. Saloon No. 10

    The only museum in the world with a bar. Live Poker, Single Deck Black Jack, loose slot machines, all your favorite spirits, and live music every weekend. Come party where Wild Bill Hickok bit the dust!

  9. Adams House

    Whether you come to Deadwood to relive the history, take in the beautiful vistas or gamble – we’re happy to have you here!

  10. Adams Museum

    In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams founded the Adams Museum in downtown Deadwood with the purpose of preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills. He donated the building to the City of Deadwood and placed the operation of the organization in the hands of a board of directors.

  11. Mount Moriah Cemetery

    Situated on a mountainous plateau overlooking Deadwood Gulch is historic Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Established in 1878 by the Lawrence County Commission, Mt. Moriah is the final resting place of western legends, murderers, madams, and pillars of Deadwood’s early economic development.

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Top 5 Best Hotels

These are the Top 5 Hotels in Deadwood according to TripAdvisor!