I loved Deadwood. Is a very beautiful town, but you have to know what to expect. It's like a mini Las Vegas. Lots and lots of casinos. but the historic downtown is gorgeous, with very old buildings
We road our Motorcycles from Hill City to Deadwood for the day. What a neat little town! So historic....old buildings...neat shops & great places to eat. One of the best places we visited on our trip.
Saw a shoot out on the streets, they have them periodically during the train, there is a trolley and tons of shops and casinos. Lots of places to eat and would of spent a extra day here but time did not permit it.
History screams from these buildings as you stroll through old Deadwood. there are casinos but also street shows, shops and good restaurants. Live music is always found here. Just a great place to relive the Old West!
Maybe we went during the wrong time, after Sturgis, but it was not lively and not much was going on. Lots of places to gamble and drink, but not much else. Even the shops weren't really our taste- more catered to the Sturgis crowd I think. We did a walk up and down the downtown and saw all the buildings,... 更多
If Disney did Blackpool, it would be Deadwood. Very little of it is original after a major fire, it is very touristy and there are even two Saloon Number 10’s so make sure you get the right one when looking for the place where Wild Bill Hicock was shot. But .... it is what it is and, if you go... 更多
On our way from Madison, WI to Evergreen, CO through South Dakota and Wyoming. We arrived on Saturday just before Sturgis came to a close on Sunday. This is truly a beautiful historic town with amazing scenery around it. We used this as our base and visited Mount Rushmore and more. The Hampton Inn Tin Lizzie was a disappointment -... 更多