High Plains Western Heritage Center

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High Plains Western Heritage Center

High Plains Western Heritage Center contains a 5-State Regional Museum that was founded in the 1970’s to honor the Old West Pioneers and the Native Americans of North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska.

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  • The Center is located off I 90 at Exit 14 near Spearfish, SD.
  • The facility is open year round, daily 9 am to 5 pm.
  • Admission is $10.00 for adults, $3.00 for ages 6-16 and a family rate of $22.00.

Overview

As a result of the efforts of local ranchers, the High Plains Western Heritage Center opened its doors in 1989. The Center has a spacious 200-seat Theatre, Transportation Room that includes the original stagecoach that ran between Spearfish and Deadwood until 1913 along with a Chuckwagon, Buggies and Sleighs. The facility is on a 40 acre site that includes a log one-room schoolhouse, homestead cabin and antique farm equipment.

Location/Directions

The Center is located in beautiful and scenic Spearfish, in the Northern Black Hills of South Dakota. For further information - (605) 642-WEST (9378) or www.westernheritagecenter.com that features a virtual-360 tour of the facility.

Hours/Seasons

The High Plains Western Heritage Center is open year-round, daily 9 am to 5 pm.

Live buffalo & longhorns can be seen in the pastures of the Heritage Center year-round.

Fees

  • Adults: $10.00
  • Youth 6-16: $3.00
  • Family Rate: $22.00
    (2 Adults w/ Children)

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