- TripBuzz discovered 59 different types of activities for couples in the Crazy Horse area, including Natural Landmarks (like Crazy Horse Memorial), Cultural Centers (like Native American Educational & Cultural Center), Specialty Museums (like Black Hills Institute - Museum) and Winery/Vineyard (like Prairie Berry Winery), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 71 date ideas in or near Crazy Horse, South Dakota, including 69 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Custer, Keystone, Rapid City and Hill City.
Dakota Nature & Art specialize in Black Hills area artists and bronze sculptures. They show original art, hand crafted artisan jewelry, pottery, photography, award winning turned wood and home accents that are representative of the area style.
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117 Main St., Hill City, SD 57745 MoreLess Info
Experience the wonders of science at the Black Hills Institute-Museum in Hill City, South Dakota. The museum features dinosaur skeletons, gemstones, geological samples, preserved animals, fossils and other fascinating exhibits.
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103 Winter St., Keystone, SD MoreLess Info
Located in Keystone, South Dakota, the 1880 Train Black Hills Central Railroad is a museum and tour firm dedicated to the romance of rail travel during the Gold Rush. Guests may browse exhibits at their leisure and purchase tickets to ride a refurbished 19th century steam locomotive.
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113 Pine Mountain Avenue, Hill City, SD 57745 MoreLess Info
Black Hills Central Railroad offers train rides aboard a vintage 1880s steam train through the Black Hills of South Dakota. The 20 mile roundtrip ride lasts for two hours between Hill City and Keystone.
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PO Box 312, Hill City, SD 57745, Hill City, SD 57745 MoreLess Info
Wade's Gold Mill and Mining Museum offers a 'trip back in time' for visitors curious about the area's history and culture. Visitors can pan for gold, take a tour of a mine with antique equipment, and explore a mill.
Located in Keystone, South Dakota, the Presidential Trail takes hikers up the base of Mount Rushmore, affording a tremendous view of its famous presidential sculptures. Hikers enjoy a low-incline trek under the watchful eye of Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln.