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.
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.
Crazy Horse MemorialⓇ
12151 Ave of the Chiefs
Crazy Horse, SD 57730
Born in 1840 along Rapid Creek, Crazy Horse rose to become one of the most powerful and most recognized Native American figures of the Lakota Indian Tribe, second only to Sitting Bull.
Minuteman Missile National Historic Site
24545 Cottonwood Road
Philip, SD 57567
In for a goose-bump inducing blast from the past? A relic of the Cold War, the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site serves as a historical reminder of what could have happened.
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Keystone, SD 57751
Visiting a national memorial can be breathtaking, especially when it involves 60-feet of presidential portraits carved into granite at Mount Rushmore National Memorial.