Journey into the visual memories of what life was like during the homestead days at the Prairie Homestead. Experience the original "green" home just north of the Badlands of South Dakota. | The Homestead is fun for all ages. Explore a typical sod homesteader's life in pioneer clothing. Attraction is a real western adventure including farm animals and rare white prairie dogs. | The Prairie Homestead is one of the only original farm sod homes intact today. This pioneer home was built in 1909 of dirt bricks and a grass roof. These early pioneers came west looking for land where they could fulfill their dreams. | This is a family attraction that includes a history room, with optional video presentation. A walking tour of the sod home, root cellar, outhouse, chicken coop and barn can be experience at your leisure. Experience the lifestyle of your pioneer ancestors. | Prairie Homestead Visitor Center includes handicap accessible restrooms, snack bar with some seating, gift shop featuring antiques, pioneer souvenirs, western artwork, custom designed t-shirts, and more. | Listed on: National Register of Historic Places South Dakota State Historic Site | OPEN May 15 to October 1 May - October Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Last tour at 4:30 pm Tour lasts 30 minutes to 90 minutes (Opening and closing times, and length of tours, may vary depending on weather)|

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