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  • Tucker's Walk Vineyard
    Tucker's Walk Vineyard takes its name from an afghan hound named Tucker. Tucker often led his owners Dave and Sue Greenlee on walks through the property, a former farm, stopping to bask in the sunlight and scenery. Thanks to these canine-led excursions, the Greenlees began to see their property's potential as a leisure destination. As a result, they started planting grapevines, and in 2010, they obtained a federal permit as a bonded winery. Tucker passed away several years ago, but his legacy lives on. Visitors today continue to explore his favorite scenic spots, and wine connoisseurs visit to taste award-winning wines fermented from the vineyard's cold, hardy grapes. Among those wines are Marquette, a bold, dry red, and Brianna, a fruity white with a pineapple nose. The Greenlees also ferment fruits, such as rhubarb and wild plums, into unique fruit wines.
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    48332 254th St
    Garretson, SD US
  • Everything Prehistoric
    One of the largest, most complete T. rex skeletons ever found crouches inside the museum at Black Hills Institute. Frozen in time, he seems to bare his fossilized teeth at awe-struck crowds or to grin at his favorite museum attendants. This hulking beast, known as STAN, might be the star of the show, but he's not the only reason to visit: elsewhere in the museum, the institute's paleontologists have positioned the remains of outlandish sea creatures, long-tailed land-dwellers, and fossilized minerals. From the Press: The marriage of history and pseudo-science-fiction on display at Museum at Black Hills Institute has earned the number-two spot on Midwest Living's list of Top 10 Things to Do with Your Kid in the Black Hills. Fun Fact: STAN hasn't always stood within the Museum at Black Hills Institute; in 1995, he headlined The T. rex World Exposition in Tokyo and then spent a year touring major Japanese cities. Don't Miss: In addition to the museum's dinosaur fossils and replicas, visitors can find prehistoric shark teeth, fish, bugs, and leaves. Prehistoric Souvenirs: Visitors can stop by the museum's gift shop to buy prehistoric-themed books, toys, housewares, and jewelry for friends, family members, or coworkers who might also be cavemen.
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    117 Main St
    Hill City, SD US
  • Dacotah Prairie Museum
    Whether you're looking for artistic inspiration or to brush up on your art knowledge, Dacotah Prairie Museum in Aberdeen is the museum for you. It's certainly time you stopped reading about this museum with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite. Let the kids come too! Little ones love the activities at this museum just as much as their parents do. In addition to street parking, there is a lot right around the corner, so finding a space shouldn't be an issue.
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    21 S Main St
    Aberdeen, SD US
  • Children's Museum of South Dakota
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? South Dakota's only children's museum where every visit can be a different experience for our guests! What is the experience customers can expect? Spend an entire day of play with hands on exhibits that encourage exploration, learning, and FUN! What was the inspiration to start or run this business? The Museum is just off of the interstate, an ideal visit for traveling families! What do you love most about your job? The Museum has welcomed 500,000 guests in less than 5 years! It's received much recognition and acclaim and proudly welcomes guests from all over the world!
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    521 4th St
    Brookings, SD US
  • Codington County Heritage Museum
    You can literally get your hands on history at the Codington County Heritage Museum. Visitors learn about the region's past via interactive exhibits such as a display of newly restored antique typewriters and a Living History Fair where public speaking tips are dispensed by Abraham Lincoln himself. A book-scanning program lets those with notable documents enter them into an online database, ensuring the preservation of local records.
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    27 1st Avenue Northeast
    Watertown, SD US
  • Highland Travel Plaza
    For dairy lovers out there, this store does dairy right, so make sure to pick up some on your next trip. A healthy and light snack from Highland Travel Plaza is a great way to keep your energy up throughout the day. Stock up on tasty canned goods from Highland Travel Plaza and quickly pull together last-minute dinner ideas. When you park in one of the nearby options, you can keep your car safe during your visit.
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    2160 Highland Way
    Mitchell, SD US

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