- Our list of the best things to do in Custer, South Dakota, features the top 92 nearby activities — including 41 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Custer, SD has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Tours.
- The results below include the top 28 things to do within the city of Custer, SD , followed by 65 popular activities in nearby cities, including Keystone, Hill City, Rapid City, Hot Springs and Crazy Horse
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89% 94 votes
323 West Main Street, Lead, SD 57754 MoreLess Info
The heritage of mining in South Dakota is preserved at the Black Hills Mining Museum. Exhibits and activities focus mostly on the gold mining industry that was founded in the Northern Black Hills.
95% 22 votes
4 Glendale Dr, Lead, SD 57754 MoreLess Info
Offering guided tours of the Black Hills of South Dakota and Wyoming, Discovery Tours shows tourists the most popular attractions of the area. The personalized, day-long tours are fully-narrated and allow for many stops for photos and individual explorat
96% 24 votes
313 West Main Street, Lead, SD 57754 MoreLess Info
Add culture to the day at the Historic Homestake Opera House. This performing arts venue offers concerts, movies, theatre and more. Tours are offered Tuesday through Saturday. Group events are available.
50% 2 votes
106 Glendale Dr, Lead, SD 57754 MoreLess Info
Adjacent to the Black Hills and Fort Pierre Railroad Roundhouse, the Living Map Theater covers the history of the Black Hills Gold Rush of 1876. The presentation is projected in a small theater and lasts roughly 35 minutes.
100% 9 votes
717 West Main Street, Lead, SD 57754 MoreLess Info
A small microbrewery producing a variety of different beers, Dakota Shivers Brewing welcomes visitors for tours. They offer a tasting room with limited hours, and provide beer to local pubs and restaurants.
100% 2 votes
309 W Main, Lead, SD MoreLess Info
Featuring the work of local artists, Lead Deadwood Arts Center has a gallery filled with glass, wood, silk, and ceramic pieces. The center hosts several performing arts lessons for piano, guitar, and other instruments.
67% 3 votes
160 W Main Street, Lead, SD 57754 MoreLess Info
The Homestake Visitor Center is an informational visitor center that provides information to visitors or local residents about the Homestake Gold Mine and the city of Lead. The center is open daily during the summer months.
92% 1158 votes
22 Van Buren St, Deadwood, SD 57732 MoreLess Info
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.
83% 229 votes
Upper Main St, Deadwood, SD MoreLess Info
Descend deep into a gold mine in the Black Hills of Deadwood, South Dakota. Walk through portions of this room-and-pillar mine. Tours are available for a small fee and take place twice an hour.
89% 174 votes
160 Main Street, Lead, SD MoreLess Info
The Homestake Mine tells the story of the Black Hills Gold Rush through its rise and fall. There are several types of tours of the mine, including a general surface tour that also investigates the nearby mining tour.