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Days of 76 Historic Museum

Deadwood, SD

The Days of ’76 Museum is one of America’s treasures housing historic collections and artifacts from the American West. Initially an informal warehouse for wagons, coaches, carriages and clothing in the early 1900s, today this new two-story, 30,000 sq ft. museum features Native American artifacts and memorabilia from the Old West. Collections include more than 50 authentic horse-drawn vehicles, the original “Deadwood Stage,” and historic photos, documents and exhibits chronicling the award-winning PRCA Rodeo and South Dakota’s state sport. Come experience the Old West through these historic artifacts and the lifelong collection of American Indian artwork and pioneer memorabilia from Deadwood resident Don Closwer at the Days of ’76 Museum in Deadwood.

Located at 17 Crescent Street, Deadwood, SD 57732, the museum operates 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily during the summer. Cost of admission is $7.

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17 Crescent Street
PO Box 391
Deadwood, SD 57732



Phone: 605-578-2872


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