- TripBuzz found 33 things to do indoors in the Custer area. From Black Hills Playhouse to Custer County 1881 Court House Museum, Custer offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 19 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 26 different types of things to do inside in or near Custer, South Dakota. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Specialty Museums, Magic Shows, Theaters and Winery/Vineyard.
- There are 6 indoor activities in Custer, and 27 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hill City, Keystone, Hot Springs and Crazy Horse.
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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.
At the base of Mount Rushmore sits Teddy Bear Town, a whimsical and unique museum dedicated to all things teddy bear-related. The museum's delightful collection includes tiny bear knick-knacks, children's toys and huge stuffed bears that are close to life-size.
78% 990 votes
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.
33% 3 votes
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.
Keystone is home to the Presidential Wax Museum, an impressive institution featuring life-size sculptures of all United States Presidents. The museum also has a restaurant called the Executive Order Grill and a mini-golf course.
Named after the sculptor of Mount Rushmore, Borglum Historical Center features a behind the scenes look at the effort, time, tools, and perseverance that went in to making one of the country's greatest wonders.
33% 3 votes
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.
The sculptor of Mount Rushmore, Gutzon Borglum, is the focus of the Gutzon Borglum Historical Center. Visitors learn about Borglum's life and work, including the painstaking process the artist underwent while designing and executing the Mount Rushmore design.