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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!


History at its finest…and most fun! Deadwood – True West Magazine’s “Best Old West Gunfighter Town” The Deadwood Alive troupe is here to entertain.


Deadwood information can be found at the History & Information Center. The facility has exhibits, public restrooms and paid parking.


The Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center (HARCC) – Deadwood – houses, preserves, and provides public access to one of the nation’s largest collection of Black Hills archival materials.


Take a journey through time at this unique museum with many interactive displays, including geology, dinosaurs, Lakota culture and pioneer history of the Black Hills.


Deadwood’s historic cemetery includes such notables as Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane.  Stop by for a self-guided tour where you’ll learn about some of Deadwood’s most interesting characters!


Mt. Roosevelt, a mere 2.5 miles from downtown Deadwood, is home to the “Friendship Tower“ monument created by Seth Bullock, in memory of the friendship he had with President Theodore Roosevelt.




The original site where Wild Bill was shot.


Outlaw Square is Historic Deadwood’s newest year-round, family-friendly gathering space and entertainment venue on Main Street.


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