Custer is the oldest town in the Black Hills. Established illegally by a group of miners in 1874, Custer has gone from a gold rush boomtown to the perfect location to start all your Black Hills adventures.
411 Mount Rushmore Road, Custer
Housed in the original Dakota Territory courthouse, the 1881 Courthouse Museum
explores the history of the Black Hills and Dakota Territory from 1874 to present day.
11921 West Highway 16, Custer
Take a tour into the Old West as you wander through over 50 open-door buildings, plus see live re-enactments and melodramas.
12151 Avenue of the Chiefs, Custer
The Indian Museum of North America is home to an extraordinary collection of donated art and artifacts reflecting the diverse histories and cultures of Native Americans.
12115 US Highway 16, Custer
One of America’s most unique museums. Enjoy 30 scenes created by an original
animator of Disneyland.
PO Box 238, Keystone, SD
Celebrate American history with this fun exhibit of all the U.S. presidents, including the newly elected Commander and Chief.
342 Winter Street, Keystone, SD
Phone: 605-666-4448 or 1-800-888-4369
Discover the story behind the carving of Mount Rushmore National Memorial and learn more about the sculptor who carved his vision into the mountain, Gutzon Borglum. Museum features scores of Borglum’s paintings, sculptures and artifacts.