Black Hills Institute of Geological Research
Black Hills Institute of Geological Research, Inc. (BHI), has been the leader in paleontological excavations and preparation since 1974, helping supply museums and collectors the finest in professionally prepared fossils and cast replicas. From dinosaurs to mammals, reptiles to pteranodons, ammonites to fish, and crinoids to trilobites, we do it all, and we do it well.
Black Hills Van Tours
615 Washington St
Custer, SD 57730
Discover our most popular van tours and shuttle services. Choose from Wine & Brewery Tours, Parks & Monuments adventures, Shuttle Service and Private Tours designed for the perfect day. The Black Hills area offers many sights and attractions including Mount Rushmore, Black Elk Peak, Sylvan Lake, Crazy Horse Memorial, Needles Eye Tunnel, Custer State Park, Iron Mountain Road, and the Wildlife Loop. Dave’s World Tours is Custer, South Dakota’s premier full and half-day sightseeing tour operator. We take you there and we make it fun. Let us transport your friends and family to your favorite places in the Southern Black Hills in style and safety. We want to make your vacation special. Please call 605-673-1130 if you have any questions!
Sturgis Motorcycle Museum & Hall of Fame
999 Main St.
Sturgis, SD 57785
PO Box 602
We're a non-profit, member and donor supported museum dedicated to preserving the past, educating about the sport and culture, and playing a pivotal role in the future of motorcycling. Our facility is a unique destination, a prominent Black Hills attraction showcasing vintage motorcycles, artifacts, and memorabilia.
Directions: On the corner of Main St and Junction Ave
Western Heritage Center
I-90, Exit 14 825 Heritage Drive
Spearfish, SD 57783
P.O. Box 524
5-State Regional Museum founded to honor the Old West Pioneers and American Indians of North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana. Western Artifacts, Western Art, Live Animals and Family History Displays are used as a determinant of Historical Events. In the mid 1970's, area ranchers were concerned that the story of settlement in High Plains Region would not be preserved. Two ranchers, Harry Blair and Edgar (Slim) Gardner, are considered Founders of the High Plains Heritage Society d/b/a High Plains Western Heritage Center, a Non-profit Organization.
Directions: South down Hertiage Dr, off E Colorado Blvd