Original Deadwood Tours
677 Historic Main Street
Deadwood's Oldest and Foremost Tour Company with a One Hour Narrated Tour of Deadwood and Mt. Moriah "Boot Hill" Cemetery.
We start with the Ft. Laramie Treaty of 1868. Tell you about Custer's Expedition to the Black Hills, that incidentally started the Gold Rush of 1874. We continue on with tales of the infamous Jack McCall and end with present time history. You will see historical landmarks, points of interest and the Chinese and Badland sections of town. On the way to the Cemetery, we recount the legendary lives of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane and Potato Creek Johnny. Who's Potato Creek you ask? Take our tour, you'll learn all about this bigger-than-life character. While in the cemetery we'll point out other characters who contributed to Deadwood's history. Preacher Smith and Madam Dora DuFran are just two you'll want to hear about. There's more! Mt. Moriah lookout, a 300-foot cliff, where spectacular pictures are made. Gaze down at Deadwood Gulch while enjoying the breeze and essence of ponderosa pine. On the way back we'll tell you about the Homestake Gold Mine and other interesting facts.
Ride with us and hear the tales that made the West Fun!
Operating seven days a week.
Booth Open: 9:15 am to 3:45 pm daily, in front of 677 Historic Main St. (downtown)
Please arrive 20 minutes early for your tour!
Buses ARE NOT Handicap Accessible