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High Plains Western Heritage Center

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The High Plains Western Heritage Center is a five state regional museum founded to honor the old west pioneers of North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, and Nebraska. Exhibits of Western art, artifacts, and memorabilia including the original Spearfish to Deadwood stagecoach, turn-of-the-century kitchen, saddle shop and blacksmith shop. Forestry, mining, ranching and rodeo are also depicted.

Outdoor displays feature a furnished log cabin, rural schoolhouse and antique farm equipment. Special art events, "Campfire Series" historical programs, live music and cowboy poetry performances are offered throughout the year. The facility includes a 150-seat theater that can be rented for special events.

Location: PO Box 524, 835 Heritage Drive, Spearfish South Dakota 57783 Telephone 605-642-9378

Other History nearby:
(Deadwood) Adams Memorial Museum
(Deadwood) Adams Museum & House
(Sundance) Crook County Museum and Art Gallery
(Deadwood) Ghosts of Deadwood Gulch
(Spearfish) High Plains Western Heritage Center
(Newell) Newell Museum

10/07 Coming to The Spearfish area
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sturgis SD August5-11 Since 1938, Sturgis has welcomed motorcycle enthusiasts from across the United States and around the world to the annual Motorcycle Rally. Based out of this small community in the northern Black Hills, the Rally officially runs for seven days every August.