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Black Hills Monument Tour
"This tour gives you the option to be picked up at your home or hotel and depart Rapid City at 9:00am. While in transit you will have the option to watch an informative video about the Black Hills and all the great sites you don't want to miss. These luxury limousines are always stocked with complimentary drinks and snacks.You will arrive in Keystone at approximat the tour will depart for the Black Hills which is home to the world famous Mt. Rushmore our nation's ""Shrine of Democracy"". Your guide will give you a brief history of the mountain carving and set you on your way to explore the monument's museum gift shop and sweets parlor
From $150.00
 
Black Hills Monument Tour
"This tour gives you the option to be picked up at your home or hotel and depart Rapid City at 9:00am. While in transit you will have the option to watch an informative video about the Black Hills and all the great sites you don't want to miss. These luxury limousines are always stocked with complimentary drinks and snacks.You will arrive in Keystone at approximat the tour will depart for the Black Hills which is home to the world famous Mt. Rushmore our nation's ""Shrine of Democracy"". Your guide will give you a brief history of the mountain carving and set you on your way to explore the monument's museum gift shop and sweets parlor
From $150.00
 
Black Hills Winery Tour
"A stretch limousine will pick you up at your Rapid City area home hotel or campground. Depending on the number and location of travelers pickup times will be between 12:00pm and 1:00pm local (MDT) time. The tour will depart Rapid City no later than 1:00pm local time.Your tour will start with a 30 minute scenic drive through South Dakota's famous Black Hills and will arrive at the SD. Complimentary snack and beverages will be available on board your limousine. Next you will visit the Stone Faces Winery. Here you can sample their selection of dry sweet grape or other fruit wines
From $75.00

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President's Alpine Slide

We had to do this one twice. The first time we road the chairlift to the top. Ate buffalo burgers at the top in view of Mount Rushmore. (They only take cash for the food and the burgers were small for...
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Gold Rush

The Big Thunder Gold Mine is also in Keystone and is interesting if you have time to take the tour. I would suggest taking a sweatshirt or sweater because the mine is around 50 degrees. The tour...
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Junior Dig

If you have children aged 4-13, they can be a junior paleontologist at the Mammoth Site. It is a fantastic program that was very educational and the kids learned the "rules" of paleontology, too. The...
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Mt Rushmore

It was so wonderful we went back three times. The monument lighting ceremony was very moving, the music, veterans, flags were memorable. Admission is $10.00 parking fee that is good for the rest of...
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Mount Rushmore

Mt. Rushmore is a huge monument carved on the side of a mountain. It depicts four former US presidents; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, and Aberaham Lincoln. Cool,...
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Journey Below

Jewel Cave's scenic tour is well worth the time if you happen to be in the area for more than two days. The tour is mildly strenuous and has 723 steps (most of which are down). My two boys aged 5 and...
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A Mammoth Find

The Mammoth Site is amazing. As of our visit, the volunteer paleontologists had discovered 54 mammoths. It is an active paleontologist dig site so not only can you observe the uncovered fossils, but...
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I Think I Can

The 1880 Train leaves from Keystone and Hill City. The Keystone location is right downtown. It's exciting to ride behind a real steam engine and the grades of the hills are quite steep which adds to...
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Sliding Down the Mountain

The Presidents' Slide is on the way to Mt. Rushmore. The slide is fun for the kids; but is like any alpine slide anywhere. You will ride a chairlift up and can take the chairlift down if you'd rather...
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Let There Be Light

The Mt. Rushmore Lighting Ceremony should not be missed. It begins with a park ranger explaining why this site was chosen for the monument along with other information about the area. Then, a movie is...
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Mt. Rushmore

If you've never seen Mt. Rushmore, your first view of it is awe-inspiring. As you drive toward the entrance, you will first catch of glimpse of it through the trees (which is pretty exciting), but...
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Wall Drug

"You HAVE to go to Wall Drug when you visit South Dakota. It is a must." This is what everyone told us before leaving on our vacation. We couldn't resist. After seeing Wall Drug on the Travel Channel...
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Mt. Rushmore Memorial II

The nighttime lighting of the monument begins at 8:00pm. Unfortunately, it began to rain while we were sitting in the amphitheater, waiting for the show to begin. The rain at first was on and off, but...
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Mt Rushmore Memorial

First of all, let me just clarify something that is very misleading. There is NO free parking at this monument any longer. They closed this lot after September 11, 2001. You MUST pay the $8.00 parking...
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434 Old Hill City Road, Keystone, South Dakota, 57751, United States
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"Convenient Keystone"
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"Mt. Rushmore, Custer and the Badlands, SD 2004"
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"Steps to Mount Rushmore"
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"President's Alpine Slide"
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