This 7 hour tour departs from Rapid City at 4:00pm for a scenic drive to Deadwood, where you'll stop at the popular Days of '76 Museum and have the opportunity to walk around town and maybe try your luck at one of the many casinos in town. Next, the tour will visit the Silverado Casino. You will have the chance to explore the unique shops brimming with t-shirts and biker memorabilia as well as visit some local biker bars before heading back to Rapid City.
• 7 hours
The Historic Adams House, a fully restored Queen-Anne style mansion, recounts the tragedies and triumphs of two of Deadwood's founding families. The stained glass windows, modern 19th century indoor plumbing and electricity, telephone service, and original furnishings chronicle Deadwood’s transition from a raucous mining camp into a prosperous and technologically rich city. The Adams House offers guided tours of the beautiful 1892 Victorian home. The tour are approximately 45 minutes and run every hour.
• 1 hour
Having been performed in Deadwood since the mid-1920's, The Trial of Jack McCall is one of the nation's longest running plays. The play is based on the actual trial of Jack McCall, who murdered James Butler "Wild Bill" Hickok while he was playing poker at Nuttal and Mann's Saloon No. 10. Wild Bill was shot in the back of the head while holding aces and eights, now known as "The Dead Man's Hand."
• 1 hour
This is a unique attraction that includes bronze sculptures of bison, self-guided tours, and interpretive presentations from Lakota Tribal members in a beautiful, high-prairie setting. Tatanka: Story of the Bison is open daily from May through October and will leave visitors with a greater appreciation for the Northern Plains bison and the people that depended on them and lived entirely off of the land.
• 3 hours