Some of the most famous and historical sites are just a few steps away in the Historic Railroad District. Visit the Adams Museum, Deadwood’s beautiful Lawrence County Court House, the Historic Train Depot, the Adams House, Mount Moriah Cemetery and Deadwood’s event center.[divider]
- Over fifteen different casinos
- Thousands in givaways and prizes every weekend
- Live tournaments and particpation
- 30+ restaurants in Deadwood
- From Five star to Diner
The Original Deadwood Tour, Main Street, (605) 578-2091, a great one hour narrated bus tour through the streets of Deadwood to Mt.Moriah. [divider]
Broken Boot Gold Mine, route 14A south of town, (605) 578-9997 is an old mine located just south of town where you can take a guided tour underground and pan for gold. Hours: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Homestake Surface Tours, 160 W. Main St. in the City Park, Lead, (605) 584-3110 May 24th – Labor Day. Visitor Center is open year but the above ground tour is a look into what was the largest gold mine in the western hemisphere until its closure. Now the mine is home to the Sanford Science Lab. [divider]
Black hills Attractions
Deadwood is a central location to all the black hills has to offer. Come visit some of America’s most famous landmarks from Mount Rushmore (45 min) and Crazy Horse (40 min) to Wyoming’s Devil’s Tower (2 hours). Or head out on I-90 from Sturgis for a two hour ride to Badlands National Park.