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Features a 5-State Regional Museum founded to honor the Old West Pioneers and American Indians of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana. Western Artifacts, Western Art, Live Animals and Family History Displays are used as a...more
All reviews old west barbed wire western history chuckwagon dinner two floors covered wagon excellent displays dinner show dutch oven native americans fantastic collection displays including lovely surprise free coffee stayed longer interesting history rainy day
Trip back in time to the lives of the early settlers. Displays of stagecoaches and covered wagons, blacksmiths workshop, taxidermy animals, saddles and outdoor exhibits and animals too. We were with Road Scholar group and got to see an excellent live production about the contributions...More
I’ve been to a number of "Western" museums but felt this museum offered new things to see. It presented a history of this part of the country, which is different from other parts of the U.S. And you can’t beat the view of 3 states...More
You must visit this museum if any where close to Spearfish. The amount of artifacts, from wedding dresses to mounted animals, it is amazing. The quality of historic items is impressive. The stage coaches, the rooms of different types of history is so unique. Please...More
The museum is awesome. Allow plenty of time to see it all. The supper was excellent, and the comedy show that followed was very fun with audience involvement. We would highly recommend seeing Gordy & Dalyce. They put on a very entertaining show!
While the museum is full of many fine items (Tom Selleck's chaps, a real chuckwagon, a sheepherder's wagon as well, lots of saddles, many Native American artifacts), the displays are, well, right of the Victorian era. Everything is just piled up and labeled with no...More
This place has everything we needed in order to get the right feel for the western plains and the Black Hills. The Museum is chock full of things of interest. Would definately recommend you find a volunteer guide to help explain the more interesting stories...More