If you love old west history then come, learn, and have fun at the Adams Museum, the Days of '76 Museum, and the Historic Adams House.
The Adams Museum shines a light on Deadwood's legends and outlaws, and chronicles the city's progress and its notorious businesses. Explore the beautiful, unique natural history of the Black Hills and play in a virtual reality sandbox. The museum features a variety of challenging and fun hands-on activities for visitors of all ages. Admission to the Adams Museum is by donation.
The Days of '76 Museum showcases Deadwood's time-honored celebration and rodeo. A remarkable collection of pioneer, cowboy, and American Indian artifacts are on display, along with a unique firearms exhibit, and an extensive collection of carriages, wagons, and stagecoaches that explains the important story early frontier transportation played in settling Deadwood.
The Historic Adams House is a Queen Anne-style mansion built in 1892 that has been restored and left untouched for almost a century. The home is filled with original artifacts chronicling Deadwood’s transition from a raucous mining camp into a prosperous and technologically rich city. The historic home recounts the tragedies and triumphs of two of Deadwood’s founding families.