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The Brothel

The Brothel: Deadwood opens August 1, 2020! Visit their website or call (605) 559-0231 to buy tickets and for more information.

The Brothel will provide guided tours of the former Shasta Rooms/Beige Door. This new attraction will use storytelling to interpret the history of prostitution in Deadwood and the Wild West. The industry existed in Deadwood from 1876 until the last of the houses were raided and closed in 1980. This tour contains adult content, although not graphic. Visitor discretion is advised.

The Brothel Hours of Operation

August through September
Daily, 11am-7pm; Last tour of the day at 7pm

-Top of the hour tours
-Max group size: 12 people

October through April
To be announced

Brothel Admission

$15 per person – Visitors must be at least 16 years old.

610 Main Street
Deadwood, SD 57732

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