Days of '76 Museum Admission for Two, Four or Eight (Up to 50% Off)

Deadwood History, Inc.

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Stroll a 32,000-square-foot building packed with vintage clothing, firearms, horse-drawn carriages, and other relics of the frontier era

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  • $7 for Days of ‘76 Museum Admission for Two ($12 value)
  • $12 for Days of ‘76 Museum Admission for Four ($24 value)
  • $24 for Days of ‘76 Museum Admission for Eight ($48 value)

Deadwood History's Days of '76 Museum

In 1924, some creative minds in Deadwood got together to celebrate the founding of their community by the miners, muleskinners, and madams who arrived during the gold rush. They made a yearly festival of the gathering, dubbing it the Days of '76; the event continues to this day, featuring both parades and rodeos.

Of course, between festivals, the organizers needed a place to tell this story and to keep the horse-drawn carriages, vintage clothing, firearms, and memorabilia that the festival collected. Sometimes, people stopped in to see the collection, turning the storage rooms into informal museum galleries. Finally, in 2012, organizers moved the collection of Western and American Indian artifacts, archives, photos, and artwork to a brand-new 32,000 square-foot building—and the Days of '76 Museum was born.

Customer Reviews

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X5927VUdavidm November 21, 2016
"Deadwood’s early cultural time capsule"
My wife and I have enjoyed touring historic homes in the cities we’ve visited on our road trip. Homes in small towns often provide very vivid accounts of life more than one hundred years ago. The Adams House was no exception. It was quite the place in old Deadwood. The efforts of the origi... Read More
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LenaHull November 11, 2016
"Interesting Place"
This is an interesting place to learn about the history of Deadwood, South Dakota. The museum isn't huge, but it is well-presented, and very educational and informative. The staff is nice, and while they don't charge a formal admission price, they have a suggested donation amount. Worth a ... Read More
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Matthew F November 3, 2016
"Beautiful, Quaint, Takes you back in time"
Fantastic place to visit in Deadwood - I love to pretend I live in beautiful old houses and this is my new favorite fantasy!
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    Deadwood History, Inc.

    18 Seventy Six Drive

    Deadwood, SD 57732


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