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Native American Culture in the Black Hills

Native American Culture

The Black Hills of South Dakota aren’t just known for scenic beauty. The area is considered sacred by the Lakota Sioux and nearly two dozen other Native American Tribes that claim the Black Hills as ancestral. Journey through an authentic Lakota Encampment, Tatanka: Story of the Bison near Deadwood, where you will experience larger than life bronze sculptures, a Hands-on Interpretive Center, and a Native American gift shop; Embrace Crazy Horse Memorial’s 563-ft tall sculpture-in-progress by touring the visitor’s complex surrounding the mountain carving, which includes the Indian Museum of North America, the Native American Cultural Center, the Sculptor’s studio home and workshop, a 40,000 square foot Orientation Center and two theaters; or Step inside the Journey Museum in Rapid City and learn about Lakota Sioux History through interactive exhibits and dramatic displays. Learning the culture and history of local Native Americans gives visitors a complete picture of the region and adds depth to any vacation.

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Journey Museum

The Journey Museum in Downtown Rapid City brings together four major prehistoric and historic collections to tell the complete story of the Western Great Plains - from the perspective of the Lakota people and the pioneers who shaped its past, to the scientists who now study it. When your journey is... [more]

Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village Museum

The Prehistoric Indian Village is located just off Interstate 90 at Mitchell, South Dakota. The Indian Village entices visitors to imagine what it was like to live in a 1,000-year-old former plains village. The Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village includes a museum and archeodome covering six-acres and overlooks the west bank... [more]

Tatanka: Story of the Bison

DISCOUNTED ADMISSION Hours of Operation: Open 7 days per week, 9 AM – 5 PM, from mid-May through September 30th. No Advance booking requirement. You can book online the same day you plan to visit the attraction. Booking Instructions: Please select the appropriate number of individuals for each activity option. Valid for one... [more]

Crazy Horse Memorial

Most travelers have a “bucket list” of travel destinations and if this one is not on your list, it should be. The Crazy Horse Volksmarch is the most popular organized hike in the United States and this year, they’ve added a second Volksmarch. The 28th annual Crazy Horse Volksmarch is... [more]

Lakota Ways

Visitors can experience unforgettable hands-on, authentic and traditional Lakota activities such as tipi raising, a mini powwow, quill work, Lakota language lessons, bead work, games, hair braiding, photo op in authentic Native regalia, bow and arrow camp. Monday - Saturdays - Lakota Ways performs 4 day shows,at 1, 2, 3, 4 PM,... [more]

Brule'

Brulé - A Native American experience in sight, sound & soul! The 5-time "Native American Group of the Year" performs Tuesday through Saturday from une 13th– August 30th, 2014  in the brand new outdoor Buffalo Moon Theater at the High Country Guest Ranch located 3.9 miles outside Hill City. They have... [more]



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