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Things to do in El Obeid, SD

Adams Museum
Adams Museum

In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams founded the Adams Museum in downtown Deadwood with the purpose of preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills. He donated the building to the City of Deadwood and placed the operation of the organization in the hands of a board of directors.

Black Hills National Forest
Black Hills National Forest

There are plenty of trees and hills, but some of the land in Black Hills National Forest is covered with grassland prairie. The grasslands of South Dakota are a hotspot for wildlife like bison, elk, deer, antelope, and prairie dogs.

Main Street Shootout
Main Street Shootout

From Main Street Deadwood shoot-outs to guided ... MAIN STREET SHOOTOUT – The Strange Tale of David Lunt in front of Tin ... 715 Main Street Deadwood, SD 57732.

source: deadwood.com
Mount Moriah Cemetery
Mount Moriah Cemetery

Situated on a mountainous plateau overlooking Deadwood Gulch is historic Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Established in 1878 by the Lawrence County Commission, Mt. Moriah is the final resting place of western legends, murderers, madams, and pillars of Deadwood’s early economic development. The cemetery is more than just a graveyard.

South Dakota Air and Space Museum
South Dakota Air and Space Museum

The bus tour though, does take place on Ellsworth Air Force Base, and due to security requirements set by the United States government and U.S. Air Force, bus tour guests must show a driver’s license, Military ID, state issued ID or passport that is compliant with the Real ID Act passed by Congress.

Teddy Bear Town
Teddy Bear Town

We have people's first teddy bear, teddies brought in memory of a loved one. Some teddies have been "well-loved", some new, some especially made for TBT. No teddy is turned away, they all deserve a home.

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