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Group Tours are Historic in Deadwood, South Dakota

Deadwood gives group tour operators an alternative to the ordinary. Delight your guests with modern amenities and Old West charm. Deadwood offers more than 1,500 guest rooms and 24/7 gaming entertainment, plus we’re close to major attractions like Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Devils Tower National Monument.

Along with concerts, gaming and nightlife, Deadwood offers a variety of Wild West and Gold Rush history that is easily accessible and affordable. Did we mention Deadwood is easy to get to via Interstate 90 and major U.S. Highways (US 85, 385 and 14)? Want to know more about planning your tour in Deadwood? Contact us via email or call 1-800-999-1876.

Give your group a warm welcome to Deadwood with a Welcome Bag! This bag includes an all-inclusive Visitor’s Guide, museum brochures and information on historic sights and monuments around town. (Wild Bill’s Steals and Deals Coupon Book is available upon request)

Fill out the form HERE and we will contact you to confirm your details and with any questions.


Plenty of Places to Stay in Deadwood

Why not wow your guests with a stay in one of Deadwood’s historic hotels? Many of our restored properties feature original woodwork, crystal chandeliers and fine details of Deadwood’s past. Deadwood also offers plenty of modern-day hotels and resort properties featuring full-service restaurants, coffee shops, day spas and more. Click here to request our planning guide.


Lots of Places to Play in Deadwood

With its larger-than-life history of gold and discovery, Deadwood is still a town wild at heart. See how the West was really won when you play in one of our 80 casinos and gaming halls, where you’ll find 24/7 tables and slots, $1,000 bet limits and limitless fun.

Walk in the footsteps of our legends with a history tour of Deadwood. Start at the Adams Museum, which is full of Deadwood artifacts and stories. The Adams House and the Days of ’76 Museum are also filled with pieces of Deadwood’s past. See the final resting places of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock and other famous residents at Mount Moriah Cemetery. Learn about Deadwood’s rich gold history at the Broken Boot Gold Mine, Black Hills Mining Museum and at the Homestake Visitor Center.

April through late September our history comes alive as re-enactors roam the streets and perform free daily shows at various locations. It all ends with the shooting of Wild Bill and Trial of Jack McCall. Check out what else there is to do in Deadwood.


Tour Planners Favorites in the Black Hills

Deadwood, in the northern Black Hills, is just one scenic drive away from the state and national parks, monuments and memorials that make the Black Hills unforgettable.

Badlands National Park

90 miles east of Deadwood on Interstate 90

Crazy Horse Memorial

53 miles south of Deadwood on U.S. Highway 385

Custer State Park

73 miles south of Deadwood, via U.S. Highway 385

Devils Tower National Monument

77 miles west of Deadwood, via Interstate 90 and, U.S. Highway 14 and Wyo. Highway 24

Jewel Cave National Monument

70 miles southwest of Deadwood via U.S. 385 and U.S. 14

George S. Mickelson Trail

Trailhead at Sherman Street Parking Lot, Deadwood

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

50 miles south of Deadwood via U.S. Highway 385

Peter Norbeck National Scenic Byway (Iron Mountain Road and Needles Highway)

73 miles south of Deadwood, via U.S. Highway 385

Spearfish Canyon Scenic Byway

West of Deadwood via U.S. Highway 385 to Lead, or via Interstate 90 to Spearfish

Wind Cave National Park

76 miles south of Deadwood on U.S. Highway 385

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