Deadwood, South Dakota

We made our way northwest of Rapid City on a little road headed towards the town of Deadwood. Now Deadwood is a name familiar to most people. Imagine an entire city on the National Historic Register. What you'll see in Deadwood today is a careful, accurate restoration of a historically significant city. Deadwood's extensive Victorian architecture is unique to the West. While the gold rush of 1876 brought the likes of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, it also provided the wealth to construct a thriving commercial center in the heart of the Black Hills of South Dakota.

We were more interested in the history and architecture of the town rather than the modern upgrades. One street leads you up to through the original part of town and another is sort of a bypass. We made the full loop in the car but did not get out to go in anywhere. We're not souvenir collectors so going in most places is never considered. We did take some pictures so we could look back one day and remember that we have been here.

We visited here in 07/2014.





HAVE A COMMENT ABOUT THIS PAGE?   POST IT HERE.
This is for comments only, please.   If you have a question, email us.
Spammers are instantly banned.   A link of any type will trigger a spam violation.   All HTML is stripped out.
Sorry for this, but the spammers are relentless.

*Name:  
Email:  

Notify me about new comments on this page.
Hide my email.
*Text:  

Are you a human?   Please answer this question:
What does 2 + 8 =
 

Back to Top