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Lead/Deadwood Events

Experience a Town Filled with Rich History

These sister cities are centered in the middle of the northern Black Hills. Surrounded by breath-taking views and crazy wildlife, there’s something for everyone. Lead/Deadwood is known for its amazing outdoor and indoor attractions. Whether you’re looking to hit the town or spend the day in the beautiful Black Hills, we can help you find your perfect destination for the day! See our favorite Lead/Deadwood attractions below. 

Lead/Deadwood Annual Events

Day's of '76 Museum

This museum honors Deadwood's first pioneers. Settlers first came here in 1876 as part of the gold rush. The first celebration of "Days of 76" was in 1924.

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Main Street, Lead

Main Street in Lead, South Dakota offers many different kinds of shopping including vintage finds, clothing, gifts, rocks and crystals, jewelry, and more!

Black Hills Mining Museum

The Black Hills Mining Museum preserves the rich mining heritage of South Dakota. Mining was the lead industry in the Black Hills for over a century.

Lead Country Club

The Lead Country Club is one of the oldest golf courses in South Dakota, with its opening in 1922. They have a clubhouse with great burgers, and a full bar.