Tis the season for joy and wonder! While candy canes and garland add some Hallmark holiday charm to the heart of Rapid City, you can use this holly jolly itinerary to join us for citywide celebrations.
Crazy Horse Memorial® Gift Shop
Enjoy a unique shopping experience at the Crazy Horse Memorial® Gift Shop. You’ll find exclusive Crazy Horse gifts and souvenirs here – both in-store and available online – as well as a beautiful selection of Native American crafted items, including pottery, paintings, and more.
Secret’s Out, Reptile Gardens Is Home To A Whole Lot More Than Snakes
Snakes, frogs, lizards and bugs. To some it might not sound like the most appealing line-up, but if you skip out on a visit to Reptile Gardens, you’ll regret it.
Rushmore Candy Company
Make your day sweeter with the largest candy store in South Dakota! Stop in and grab a treat to take home or enjoy it on the outdoor patio. With fresh goodies and a massive selection of candy, there is something here you will love.
This Adventure Park Near Mount Rushmore Comes With A Cave
Explore the unique artform of painting on globes call Termespheres®! Artist Dick Termes has been creating these optical illusions since 1968 and you can explore his quirky gallery in Spearfish, SD.
Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center
This unique research facility offers multidisciplinary underground science programs and public events, inspiring learning across generations.
Terry Peak Ski Area
Terry Peak Ski Area is South Dakota's largest ski and snowboard resort. A premier winter recreational area.
The four famous faces at Mount Rushmore National Memorial are a spectacle to see, but did you know there's more to do at the park than gaze upon the sculpture? Check out the top 10 things to do below to make the most of your monumental vacation.
Black Hills Glass Blowers
Black Hills Glass Blowers create art glass by using blowpipes to gather molten glass from a 2000 degree furnace. They also do lamp work, figurines, ornaments and more using a torch to melt glass rods and tubes. Visitors can often see the blowing process or lampworking technique.