By the early 19th century, the Great Sioux nation dominated the northern Plains, including most of South Dakota. Become immersed in the many places and faces associated with this great nation – Little Big Horn River, Wounded Knee, Crazy Horse, Sitting Bull, Red Cloud. Enjoy the many cultural influences still felt today!
Enjoy Our Senior Community in Rapid City, SD
Located in downtown Rapid City, the Dahl Arts Center offers people the opportunity to explore the arts in a multitude of ways and has become recognized statewide for programming excellence.The Black Hills Community Theatre provides high-quality theatrical opportunities and productions for the Black Hills region.
Enjoy Broadway-quality shows during the summer months at Black Hills Playhouse in Custer State Park.
Velkommen to Chapel in the Hills! Pause for a moment and reflect on life's bounty in the quiet solitude of the chapel, an exact reproduction of the famous Borgund Stavkirke of Laerdal, Norway.
Whatever treasure your heart desires can be found in Rapid City and the Black Hills area. Delight in genuine Black Hills Gold jewelry, handcrafted Sioux bead work, South Dakota made products, original Western art, antiques and much, much more.
Located in the heart of Rapid City, The Journey Museum showcases the history of the Black Hills and surrounding plains from the unique perspective of both the Lakota people and pioneers. World-class exhibits are sure to be enjoyed by all!
The Museum of Geology, located on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, is a leader in conserving the rich geological heritage of South Dakota and the Black Hills and contains an impressive collection of unique and often rare specimens and minerals.