The days are getting longer, and the temperatures are rising in Rapid City. If you’re planning an upcoming getaway to our beautiful city you’ll want to visit these locations so you can make every moment in the sun a memorable one.
The Heritage Center started as an art show in 1968 and grew into a nearly 10,000-piece permanent collection demonstrating the incredible talents of Native American artists.
Learn the history of what will one day be the world’s largest mountain carving. See the tools and measuring models used to carve the face of Crazy Horse.
Featuring exhibits and interactive experiences for visitors of all ages, this museum at Crazy Horse Memorial® specializes in the discovery of Native American history and contemporary life.
Seven Native American tribes are deeply rooted in the Black Hills and there are many unique opportunities to learn and appreciate sacred stories, lifeways, arts, and traditions in Rapid City and the surrounding area.
Featuring Indigenous artists, this local gallery honors Lakota history through art created by tribal members and empowers and promotes creative talents from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Tusweca – which is dragonfly in Lakota, represents positive changes and growth.