Deadwood Attractions and Activities
Deadwood is not your ordinary historic town. We have museums, artifacts and tours but we also have fun activities, free re-enactments and unbelievable fun for the whole family. We also have lots of entertainment just for the grownups. Check out all the attractions and activities in and around Deadwood. For additional help or booking, chat with a local expert.COVID-19 Information: Deadwood is prioritizing safe travel and health and hygiene protocols are in place to ensure an enjoyable experience for all. Learn more at Deadwood.com/COVID. If you have a question on protocols a particular property is following, we encourage you to contact them directly. Thank you!
1876 Mystery Dinner Theater 1876 Mystery Dinner Theater offers an evening of comedy entertainment centered around the unique characters and themes (murders and misadventures)
See the Black Hills of South Dakota by rail! Experience a historic, scenic, relaxing vintage steam train ride your family will never forget.
In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams founded the Adams Museum in Deadwood, with the purpose of preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills.
Bear Country USA, located 8 miles from Rapid City, features the world’s largest collection of privately owned black bears.
Black Hills Mining Museum is located in the mile high city of Lead.
See and play the world’s largest slot machine! Bodega’s “Collusus” is a one of a kind!
The 2020 season begins on June 1, open through Labor Day! Tours begin every 30 minutes and last 30 minutes. Last regular tour of the day is at 5:00.
The largest sculpture in the world, Crazy Horse Memorial, is located about five miles north of Custer and seventeen miles from Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS The Days of ’76 celebration began in 1924 as a way to honor Deadwood’s first pioneers – the prospectors, miners, muleskinners, and madams who poured into
Deadwood Historic Tours offers guided tours by local historian Jeannine Guern. The tour is offered 6 days a week (Monday through Saturday) from 10 a.m. to roughly 5 p.m.