The museum offers guided tours for those who call ahead.
Address: 501 East Saint Joseph Street, Rapid City, SD, Phone: 605-394-2467 Crazy Horse Memorial is situated on one of the tallest pegmatite granite mountains in the Black Hills.
Indoor and outdoor exhibits highlight innovation, engineering, and science and showcase aircrafts like the B-1B Lancer and the H-13 Sioux helicopter.
Guests learn about everything from aerospace technology to who the pioneers of aviation were and their impact on American history. Bus tours of Ellsworth Air Force Base are offered seasonally for a nominal fee.
Guests select from a menu of custom sightseeing tours, which include Northern Black Hills-Spearfish Canyon, Southern Black Hills, Deadwood, Badlands, and a Custer State Park Booooze Cruise.
Visitors looking to unwind should try their most popular tour, the Hill City Wine and Brew Tour starting at South Dakota’s oldest winery, Prairie Berry, and stopping at four other locations.
The famous sculpture is the largest in the world and was initiated by Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear’s persistent appeals to sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski.
Campus highlights include the Nature Gates, the Welcome Center, the Indian Museum of North America, the sculptor’s home-studio, and the Native American Educational & Culture Center.
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Guests will listen to the story of how the 56 patriots established the American Revolution and created a country, ending with each visitor signing the Declaration of Independence just like their forefathers.
To top it off, guests can head down to the musket range and test their skills shooting a Kentucky long rifle, the same type used during the Revolutionary War.
Address: 9815 South Highway 16, Rapid City, SD, Phone: 605-877-6043 The South Dakota Air and Space Museum allows guests to take a walk through aviation history with their exhibits and galleries.
They feature over 30 classic military aircraft from World War II to the present as well as various military missiles.
An extended version of this tour includes breakfast, supper, and a cowboy music show.