How A Big Idea Created A Monumental Experience
The Indian Museum of North America®
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.
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.
Beauty in our area exists beyond our stunning landscapes. It can also be found on paper, pottery, walls, sidewalks and even utility boxes. Discover the talent of local artists and seek out inspiration of your own.
You'll Find Dinosaurs Still Standing In Rapid City
*Starting October 1, Dinosaur Park will be closed for construction to create accessible pedestrian routes, update safety features, and upgrade visitor amenities including site interpretatio
The Black Hills of South Dakota are rich in Native American culture and history. Experience it to the fullest with visits to these galleries, museums, parks and monuments that are found in and around Rapid City!
The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water
The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water is a major public art project at Main Street Square in Downtown Rapid City. Stone sculptor Masayuki Nagase carved 21 massive granite pieces on site during the summer months over five years, beginning summer 2013 and completed in summer 2017.
Borglum Historical Center
Tour this historical museum dedicated to Gutzon Borglum, the man who carved Mt. Rushmore. Discover why, at the age of 60, he decided to carve a monument. Watch a film about making of Mt. Rushmore and learn about Borglum's other artistic accomplishments.