Welcome to Deadwood

Settled illegally by eager gold rushers in the 1870s, Deadwood is now a National Historic Landmark. Its atmospheric streets are lined with gold-rush-era buildings lavishly restored with gambling dollars. Its storied past – made famous by the namesake HBO TV series – is easy to find, and there's eternal devotion to Wild Bill Hickok, who was shot in the back of the head here in 1876 while gambling.

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$150 Day Trips & Excursions

Deadwood and Sturgis Nightlife Tour

Take a luxurious limousine out for an evening visit to the home of old west, historic Deadwood. Followed by dinner and shopping in the town synonymous with the motorcycling capital of the world, Sturgis South Dakota.The tour starts with  luxury limousine pick up at 4:00pm in Rapid City where you will immediately start your scenic drive to the historic city of Deadwood. Upon arrival in Deadwood you will visit the Days of '76 Museum. From there you will have the opportunity to visit the historic Main St. area where you can experience the sights and sounds of the old west era and stop in at the casinos, bars, unique shops and sweets stores. At 8:30pm, your tour will head to the famed city of Sturgis, which is home of the world's largest biker event held every August and attended by bike enthusiasts from all over the world. Your first stop will be the Knuckle Saloon and Brewery for dinner and afterwards you will have the opportunity to stroll through the Sturgis shops, brimming with biker memorabilia, t-shits and maybe have a look in some of the famous biker bars.The tour retursn back to Rapid City at 10:30pm for a quick 30 minute transfer to your home or hotel.

$10 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Adams House Museum Admission

Visit: Adams House, Deadwood, South DakotaThe meticulously restored 1892 Victorian mansion with original contents chronicles Deadwood’s transition from a raucous mining camp into a prosperous and technologically rich city.  The home recounts the triumphs and tragedies of two of Deadwood's founding families.  The Queen Anne-style home was built by pioneer businessman Harris Franklin, complete with stained glass windows, thoroughly modern 19th century plumbing and electricity, hand-painted canvas wall coverings, and telephone service.   W.E. Adams purchased the home in 1920, and after his death in 1934, Adams’ second wife, Mary, closed the doors. The home sat silent for almost 60 years.  In 1998, under the direction of the City of Deadwood’s Historic Preservation Commission and the Adams Museum, historic preservation experts painstakingly restored the mansion to its former glory. The Adams House Gift Shop features a diverse selection of unique merchandise and specialty gifts. The Adams House is wheelchair-accessible on the first floor.

$6 Shows, Concerts & Sports

Trial of Jack McCall

Visit: Deadwood Alive, Deadwood, South DakotaWitness the infamous trial of the man who killed Wild Bill Hickok. The Trial of Jack McCall is an entertaining, family-friendly play where audience members may be chosen to participate as members of the jury during the trial. On August 2, 1876, Wild Bill Hickok was playing a poker game with his back to the door. Jack McCall, apparently resentful from losing several hands of poker the previous day, entered Nuttal and Mann's and shot Wild Bill in the back of the head, killing him instantly. McCall attempted to flee by running from the saloon and trying to steal a horse but was eventually found hiding and apprehended. This hour long play re-enacts the capture and trial of Jack McCall on Main Street in Deadwood six days a week.

$10 Cultural & Theme Tours

Admission to Tatanka: Story of the Bison

Located just one mile North of Deadwood, South Dakota, Tatanka: Story of the Bison is a unique display that pays tribute to the beasts that once wandered the Great Plains. This attraction was founded by Kevin Costner and is his way of celebrating the American Bison and western culture as well as educating visitors about the historical significance of bison.When visiting Tatanka, take your time exploring via a self-guided tour. You will see 14 larger than life bronze sculptures of bison being pursued by three Native American riders, Dances with Wolves movie costumes, and Lakota interpretive presentations. The presentations last for about 90 minutes. Most visitors spend about two to three hours at Tatanka.  There is a gift shop and snack bar on site as well. 

$98.50 Private & Custom Tours

Private six door Cadillac limousine tours of Mt Rushmore- Badlands -Devils Tower

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productPass By: Black Hills, South DakotaSix Door Limousines Have Large Comfortable Leather Seats All Facing Forward, No Partitions Between Seats, Center Of Seats Work Great For Children Or Petite Guests Our Limousines Are Long Enough For Comfort & Short Enough To Tour Iron Mt Roads Narrow Pigtail Bridges – Tunnels & Needles Highways Sharp Narrow Turns & Tunnels • All Tours Are Private Tours That Include Attraction Fees For All Our Regular Tour Stops – Snacks – Pop – Bottled Water – Tours Are Eight - Nine Hours – Gratuity Not Included. Other Tour Stops Entrance & Ride Fees are Extra • Limousines Available For One – Fourteen Guests . One – Seven Guests Per Limousine • Child Car Seats Available – Rear A/C & Heaters For Extra Comfort • Tours Include Attractions Fees for Our Regular Tour Stops Listed Below. Other Attractions Fees Not included • Black Hills Tour Fees Included For Mt Rushmore National Park, Crazy Horse, Custer State Park • Badlands Tour Fees Included For Badlands National Park • Devils Tower Tour Fees Included For Devils Tower National Park • Limousines Are Alcohol & Smoke Free, You Can Purchase Alcohol Drinks With Lunch & Attractions Where Available *Black Hills We Tour Iron Mountain Roads Pigtail Bridges & Tunnels, Visit Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Sylvan Lake, Needles Highway, Custer State Park & The Parks 18 Mile Wildlife Loop Road, Options Can Include Bear Country, Prairie Berry Winery, Many Lunch Choices *Badlands Tour, Badlands Loop Road, Minuteman Visitors Center & The Delta 09 Site For A Rare Look At A Missile In The Silo, Wall Drug Store Option For Lunch & Shopping. Few Options For This Tour *Devils Tower Tour Includes Ample Time To Walk Around The Towers 1.3 Mile Trail 30-60 Min Walk. Drive Thru Spearfish Canyon & Visit HomeStakes 1200' Deep Open Cut Mine At Sandford's Labs New Visitors Center, Than We Drive Down Main Streets in Deadwood & Sturgis. Options Can Include Picnic Lunch At Devils Tower - Small Town Diners, Deadwood MuseumsPass By: Custer State Park, Custer, South Dakota.Pass By: Jewel Cave National Monument, Custer, South Dakota.Pass By: Mount Rushmore Tours, Rapid City, South Dakota.Pass By: Black Hills Open-Top-Tours, Rapid City, South Dakota.Pass By: Best Of The West Tours, Rapid City, South Dakota.Pass By: Badlands National Park, Rapid City, South Dakota.Pass By: Devils Tower National Monument, Devils Tower, WyomingDevils Tower National Monument


Best of the USA Tour–New York to New York

From hip hop to country fiddles, Yankee accents to a western drawl, businessmen in power suits and ranchers in cowboy hats – the US is one heck of a country. And if you’ve got the time, this – our ultimate American tour – is the best way to explore the iconic cities, the legendary national parks, national monuments, and wide-open spaces. Centrally located hostels in the cities and campsites in the wilderness keep you in the heart of the action no matter where you are.