Arts & Entertainment

Search for Arts & Entertainment

South Dakota’s many museums and art galleries have beautifully documented the state’s rich history. Visitors to these cultural venues can revisit the tribes of the Sioux Nation, Wild West Outlaws, and the lives of early settlers and prospectors, and also admire artwork inspired by South Dakota’s breathtaking landscapes. Nature preserves, wildlife refuges, zoos, and aquariums showcase the region’s distinctive flora and fauna.

Escape 605 Social Club

Escape 605 Social Club

Sioux Falls

South Dakota State Railroad Museum

South Dakota State Railroad Museum

Hill City

Moccasin Springs

Moccasin Springs

Hot Springs

Mellette House

Mellette House

Watertown

Verendrye Museum

Verendrye Museum

Fort Pierre

Sioux Pottery

Sioux Pottery

Rapid City

Washington Pavilion

Washington Pavilion

Sioux Falls

South Dakota Hall of Fame

South Dakota Hall of Fame

Chamberlain

Tri-State Museum

Tri-State Museum

Belle Fourche

Antique Gallery Mall

Antique Gallery Mall

Brookings

Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial

Custer

Big Thunder Gold Mine

Big Thunder Gold Mine

Keystone

Arc of Dreams

Arc of Dreams

Sioux Falls

Town Hall Inn

Town Hall Inn

Lead

Buffalo Museum & One Room Schoolhouse

Buffalo Museum & One Room Schoolhouse

Buffalo

Milbank Grist Mill and Mill Park

Milbank Grist Mill and Mill Park

Milbank

Ken’s FoodFair & Shell Express

Ken’s FoodFair & Shell Express

Groton

Union County Historical Society Museum

Union County Historical Society Museum

Elk Point

Great Faces. Great Places.

South Dakota is an incredibly unique state in that each region offers a completely different experience then the others. Check out each of the regions to see what each has to offer!

Badlands

Western South Dakota

Featuring the Black Hills, Badlands, the Sturgis Rally. This region tends to be the most popular.

CENTRAL REGION

This region of South Dakota offers some of the best hunting and fishing in the entire central US. 

Eastern Region

The eastern region is home to the largest city in the state and provides visitors with a true "prairie" experience.