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Days of '76 Museum Admission

Days of '76 Museum Admission  - Deadwood, United States

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Deadwood, United States

From USD
$8.00

The Days of ’76 Museum commemorates the history of the award-winning Days of '76 Celebration and rodeo.  The museum features exceptional displays of carriages, firearms, American Indian artifacts, and illustrates Deadwood’s enduring friendship with Buffalo Bill Cody.  The self-guided tour is anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours.  

Visit: Days of '76 Museum

Live re-creations of the town’s rich history started in 1924 through the Days of ‘76 celebration and award-winning rodeo.  The celebration began as a way to honor Deadwood’s pioneers – the prospectors, miners, muleskinners, and madams who poured into the Black Hills in 1876 to settle the gold-filled gulches of Dakota Territory.

Deadwood’s newest museum documents the celebration and rodeo.  The Days of ‘76 Museum features exceptional displays of carriages, firearms, American Indian artifacts, and illustrates Deadwood’s enduring friendship with Buffalo Bill Cody. 
Open year round, the Days of ‘76 Museum is wheelchair accessible.  The gift shop is located on the first floor.

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The Days of ’76 Museum commemorates the history of the award-winning Days of '76 Celebration and rodeo.  The museum features exceptional displays of carriages, firearms, American Indian artifacts, and illustrates Deadwood’s enduring friendship with Buffalo Bill Cody.  The self-guided tour is anywhere from 45 minutes to two hours.  

Visit: Days of '76 Museum

Live re-creations of the town’s rich history started in 1924 through the Days of ‘76 celebration and award-winning rodeo.  The celebration began as a way to honor Deadwood’s pioneers – the prospectors, miners, muleskinners, and madams who poured into the Black Hills in 1876 to settle the gold-filled gulches of Dakota Territory.

Deadwood’s newest museum documents the celebration and rodeo.  The Days of ‘76 Museum features exceptional displays of carriages, firearms, American Indian artifacts, and illustrates Deadwood’s enduring friendship with Buffalo Bill Cody. 
Open year round, the Days of ‘76 Museum is wheelchair accessible.  The gift shop is located on the first floor.

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Adams House Museum Admission

Adams House Museum Admission - Deadwood, United States

Duration: 1 hour
Location: Deadwood, United States

From USD
$10.00

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 ... More info ›

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.  

Visit: Adams House

The 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.


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Trial of Jack McCall

Trial of Jack McCall - Deadwood, South Dakota

Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Deadwood, South Dakota

From USD
$6.00

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 ... More info ›

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."

Witness 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.


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Admission to Tatanka: Story of the Bison

Admission to Tatanka: Story of the Bison - Deadwood, United States

Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Location: Deadwood, United States

From USD
$10.00

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.

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 ... More info ›

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.

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. 

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