Mt Rushmore Attractions

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There are plenty of attractions, activities, and other things to do in the Mount Rushmore, SD area. All ages will enjoy fun attractions like go-karts, mini golf, wax museums, museums, and more! Be sure to choose the best hotel for your vacation! 

Greater Mount Rushmore Area Attractions

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Big Thunder Gold Mine - Keystone, SD    
The Big Thunder Gold Mine Tour attraction is filled with fun and adventure for all ages. The tour lasts for approximately one hour. During this hour, visitors learn about the area and see an actual gold mine. The fun doesn't stop here; once the tour is complete visitors tour the on-site museum. The museum is modeled after a mill that was built in 1895. It's like taking a wonderful step back in time. The museum is both educational and fascinating. Finally, guests try their hand at gold mining. Participants quickly learn that gold mining takes patience and perseverance, but it's well worth it once they discover gold. The entire experience is handicapped accessible. An on-site gift shop is loaded with fun mementos.
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Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, SD    
The Ice Age is a chapter on planet earth where many unique creatures inhabited the earth which is now extinct such as the towering Mammoth. At the Mammoth Site of Hot Springs attraction, individuals can see actual fossils that are proof of the existence of the creature. In 1974 the site was being cultivated for a housing project till the contractors dug up mysterious bones along with large tusks and teeth. As a result an archeological team was brought in to verify the authenticity of the bones, and today this site is now preserved for its historical significance, now tourists can go to see the Mammoth Site of Hot Spring in South Dakota and it is a great place to let kids experience a part of the earth's humble beginnings.
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