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Homestake Opera House

This spectacular historic performing arts venue is celebrating 103 years and hosts theatre, concerts, movies, private and group tours, weddings, and presentations year-round – all the while fundraising and restoring each year. It was beautifully built in 1914 by the Homestake Gold Mine, and boasted a swimming pool, library, 1,000-seat theater, billiard hall, bowling alley, social hall, game rooms and smoking lounge. The building survived a devastating theater fire in 1984.

Historic Homestake Opera House Tours:
Enjoy the 30-min. story tour of the Historic Homestake Opera House,”A Theater Built by a Gold Mine” including a new gift shop, and the Interpretive Exhibit upstairs showcasing 1914 swimming pool items, original fire-damaged grand chandelier, and photos and videos from the theater’s heydays. Tours are offered at the front door Memorial Day through mid-October, Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am until 2:00 pm. $10 admission, kids 10 and younger are FREE. Call 605-584-2067 or visit HomestakeOperaHouse.org.

Find out more about the building at www.HomestakeOperaHouse.org.

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313 W Main Street
Lead, SD 57754

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