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Keystone Historical Museum

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Keystone Historical Museum

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Mount Rushmore Tours is the longest operating local family owned and operated tour company in the Black Hills. Started in 1973 and still under the same owner, we are widely regarded as the local experts in the bus tours for Mount Rushmore and the Black Hills.
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Bluemax36 wrote a review Sep 2020
Bedford, Texas31 contributions6 helpful votes
Yes, the kids put down their screens are used the playground equipment, which they referred to as How Nana and Pup played back in the old days. Lol. Well, even Nana and Pup went down the slide a few times in these present days. Museum was informative. I enjoyed the old classrooms and the local newspapers over the decades.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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TAM wrote a review Sep 2020
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We loved our visit to the Keystone Historical Museum. A great stop not just for Laura Ingalls Wilder fans but filled with lots of lovely, local history. The docent was so so knowledgeable and helpful. Highly recommend!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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bejoyful65 wrote a review Jul 2020
Madison, Wisconsin119 contributions92 helpful votes
Stopped while leaving Mt. Rushmore because I wanted to see the Carrie Ingalls exhibit. There are some wonderful little surprises they have that belonged to Carrie and the Ingalls family. A must stop for Ingalls fans! There is also so much for to see in this museum, it showcases an amazing collection of the areas history.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Kris P wrote a review Jul 2020
Omaha, Nebraska53 contributions8 helpful votes
I think it's fun to visit old school houses and see what they looked like. This museum is spread over three floors and does a nice job of giving you town history. I think the biggest draw is the Carrie Ingalls exhibit. I had no idea she lived in Keystone for as long as she did. They have Ma's shepherdess statue on display! It was a fun place to stop at.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Perkadventures wrote a review Sep 2019
Banning, California13,486 contributions535 helpful votes
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this used to be the Old School house which has 2 floors to see what has been saved. It is located in the Old town which in not on the main tourist area of Keystone. Great pictures and Information await you here. Small town attempting to display its information and knowledge. Please leave a donation to help with their doing this. Somewhat hard to find but worth your time
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Date of experience: August 2019
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