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The serrated spires, weather-beaten buttes and cavernous gorges of the North Unit of the Badlands National Park offer unique scenery. It's home to a diverse variety of wildlife; prairie dogs, coyote, deer, bighorn sheep and antelope. You will stop at the Ben Reifel Center (museum), the famous Wall Drug Store (famous old tourist trap that is worth the stop) and visit the new Minuteman National Historic Site. Remember "Duck and Cover."
Located in the beautiful Black Hills of Keystone, South Dakota and only minutes from Mount Rushmore, the National Presidential Wax museum is an exciting experience for the whole family. Here, you can meet over 100 lifelike wax figures, including all 45 U.S. presidents.
During the 9- to 10-hour private safari tour, visit the two most famous Black Hills monuments - Mt Rushmore and Crazy Horse. Enjoy unparalleled views of pine covered mountains and high-desert panoramas. See wildlife up close for great photo ops. You can view it all comfortably from within unique convertible-top vehicles. Vehicles open and close to adjust to the ever-changing weather of the mountains
You will learn about the history of the region from experienced guides.Tours are never rushed and make frequent stops for photo ops and rest breaks. Everyone in your small group will get a window seat. Convertible-top handicap minivans are available at no extra charge. This the only Black Hills tour company that includes a picnic lunch.
Black Hills Tours for Single Traveler - Departure time can be varied to fit your schedule.Please 'click' the Important Info Tab for more details.
This Safari Tour offers unparalleled picturesque wildlife viewing and you'll learn the region's history from our experienced guides. The tour makes frequent stops for photo ops and restroom breaks. The vehicles provide excellent viewing and tops open/close to adjust to Black Hills weather. The most you can see of the Southern Hills in one day . . . tour includes: fees, bottled water, snacks and lunch. Flexible itinerary designed around your interest ...you decide when to go and how long to stay.
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.