One of the greatest things about traveling: it opens the door for people to experience life in different ways.
It’s easy to feel patriotic while visiting Rapid City and the Black Hills. With stops like these you can learn about our nation’s leaders, their unique connections with our area and the historical places found here.
<p>With so much history packed between its walls, it’s easy to overlook some of the most unique artifacts and features at <a href="https://www.visitrapidcity.com/things-to-do/arts-culture/journey-museum… Journey Museum & Learning Center</a>. Thankfully, with the help of their museum curators, we pulled an expert list of the top ten things you didn’t know they had. </p>
The Black Hills Visitor Information Center, located just off I-90 at exit 61, welcomes visitors with free services like: maps, vacation guides, event information, a video theater, road and weather reports, fishing licenses, park passes, phone and internet service and an expert staff to answer you
West Boulevard Historic District was a result of the booming economy Rapid City was gaining from the mining community. This forty-two block boulevard was platted in 1885 immediately west of the Original Townsite in order to house those families moving to the area.
<p>The world’s largest mountain carving in progress is a site to behold. However, there’s a long list of things to see and experience while visiting the Crazy Horse Memorial® that go beyond this jaw-dropping piece of work. Explore the grounds, catch a special event, and uncover the history and people behind the mountain carving. Here’s what your day at Crazy Horse Memorial® could look like!</p>