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Experiential Tours

Candlelight Tours at the Broken Boot Gold Mine

Opening Memorial weekend. Take a candlelight tour of the Historic Broken Boot Gold Mine! Experience the mine the way prospectors did over 100 years ago, by candle light. In those days, miners were given a ration of only three candles per day. This tour offers a unique perspective not available at any other mine or cave tours in the region. Each guest uses a battery powered candle to light their way. An experienced tour guide will lead you underground and into a real, historic mine. You’ll learn about the mine’s history and the methods used to extract the precious metal. Be sure to arrive no later than 5pm if you would like a gold panning lesson. Additional fees apply. Reservations required. Masks required. If you don’t have a mask, a complimentary one will be provided.

Approximate Length: 30 minutes

Availability: Tours are available daily at 5:30 p.m. from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Max 8 people per tour.

Cost: $10

Age Restrictions: This tour is available for individuals aged 12 and older.

To book this tour, call 1-800-344-8826.

This tour requires walking, long periods of standing and navigating stairs.

767 Main Street
Deadwood, SD 57732

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