- TripBuzz found 31 things to do with kids in or near Belle Fourche, South Dakota, including 28 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Spearfish, Deadwood, Lead and Sturgis.
- From Black Hills Parrot Welfare & Education Center to Tri-State Museum, the Belle Fourche area offers 24 different types of family activities, including: History Museums, Community Service/Non-Profit, Monuments and Bus Tours.
- Recorded as the center of the United States, Belle Fourche is a small town in Western South Dakota. Once a ranching and farming community, the city has received recognition in one of John Wayne's famous cowboy movies. Near the Black Hills, it is also an ideal place to enjoy mountain views and wildlife watching.
Kevin Costner's Original Deadwood Tour takes guests aboard their tour bus on a narrated 60 minute ride through the storied Old West town. The tour includes a trip to the cemetery where some legendary outlaws are buried.
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Open to the public during the summer months, Vore Buffalo Jump is an active archaeological site with artifacts attributed to the Late-Prehistoric Plains Indians. Guided tours are available by special arrangement.
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The Lewiston Historical Museum is housed in the 180-year-old St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Lewiston, N.Y. The exhibit hall is open to the public Wednesday - Sunday during the summer, or by appointment.
Clients of Blackhead Horseback & Walking Tours in Deadwood, South Dakota experience the region's clean, crisp air and verdant beauty while learning fascinating details about the area and its history. No prior horseriding experience is required. Reservations are strongly recommended, especially for equestrian to…
Learn about the life of pioneers and miners at the Days of '76 Museum, dedicated to the region's settlers during the 1876 gold rush. The two-storey museum uses Western and American Indian artifacts, photos, art and archives to illustrate an exciting time and place.
Offering informative and entertaining tours of the historic town of Deadwood and the Mt. Moriah Cemetery where Western legends like Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok are buried, Alkali Ike Tours uses a full size bus to accommodate large groups.
The Days Of '76 Museum offers a unique view of the yearly celebration and Deadwood's history. Old West Pioneer and American Indian artifacts fill the museum alongside a Deadwood trading post and the largest collection of horse-drawn vehicles in the state
The tour company, Boot Hill Tours, offers tours of the historic town of Deadwood. Topics that the trips cover include Deadwood's 1876 Gold Rush, the killing of Wild Bill at the saloon #10, and historic main street buildings.