- TripBuzz found 35 things to do with kids in or near Sturgis, South Dakota, including 32 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Deadwood, Spearfish, Lead and Belle Fourche.
- From Sturgis Community Center to Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame, the Sturgis area offers 50 different types of family activities, including: Specialty Museums, Military Museums, Sports Facilities/Fields and History Museums.
- Home to one of the largest annual motorcycle events in the world, the city of Sturgis, normally a quiet suburban town, is a thriving tourist hot spot in the late summer months. The Sturgis Motorcycle Rally attracts thousands of visitors from around the world to enjoy the areas open roads, local eateries and lodging. Visitors throughout the year can also enjoy the local state park, museums and explore local caves.
Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame 999 Main St., Sturgis, SD MoreLess Info
Home to 100+ years of vintage and rare motorcycles; hall of fame honors people who have dedicated themselves to biking and bikers
A recreation and entertainment center, Sturgis Community Center features a fitness area with strength training and cardio equipment along with a pool, hot tub and sauna. The facility also provides athletic courts, a running track and a performing arts theater.
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999 Main Street, Sturgis, SD 57785 MoreLess Info
Old and new bikes are included at the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame. The site itself works to honor the men and women who have dedicated their lives to advancing the sport and lifestyle of motorcycle riding.
Located in Sturgis, South Dakota, the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum showcases motorcycles that have been popular throughout the history of the activity. The non-profit organization was established to honor the legendary Sturgis Motorcycle Rally that is held in August each year.
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.
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
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.
Constructed in 1930, the Adams House forms half of a house-and-museum complex dedicated to the most colorful characters from Deadwood's history. The house is open for tours and contains all of its original interior appointments.
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.