We needed a get away an spent a long weekend in the hills and decided to spend an afternoon in historic downtown deadwood. It was the off-season and there were not many visitors. We could not find a free place to park. All the lots were almost empty, yet they still charged to park, it was ridiculous.after we parked, we... 更多
I was surprised by how many casinos were in Deadwood, but this gives life to these old buildings and helps preserve the towns history. A western history lover, or a history lover in general would love walking around this town. I should have stayed in one of the old hotels in the town, but that just gives me a reason... 更多
You walk down the old brick street and you can see the history. It has lots of casinos and shopping, plenty of restaurants too. Depending on age of children might not be nothing for them to do. It is still a must see while in the black hills.
This is a small area but filled with history. Many of the buildings have been restored but retain their original looks. For a history buff, it is a wonderland.
still has the cowboy old feel always chnging. it keeps getting better with more food choices up and down the street. stores to get souvenirs. lots of kids come.
Many shops and places were not open yet the season apparently starts in April. Not really a great place for kids as there is little to do as a family outside of the cemetery and a small museum. We had a hard time finding a place that was appropriate as a family, not a knock on Deadwood, we just didn't... 更多
We were driving past Deadwood and it looked interesting so we took a look around. Mostly casino's but we enjoyed our visit. We only had a very short time there
We went during a quiet time in winter, so most places were shut early. We had trouble trying to find somewhere open for lunch at 2pm, other than a gambling area. A nice area to walk around though, with beautiful building to see.