Comfort Inn & Suites
225 Cliff Street
Deadwood, SD 57732
Phone: (605) 578-7550
Fax: (605) 578-2836
Arts & Museums
Built by Deadwood businessman and former mayor W.E. Adams in 1930, as a tribute to Black Hills pioneers and in memory of his deceased first wife and two daughters, the Adams Museum "is considered the Black Hills
Located downtown in the Celebrity Hotel, Nelson's Garage includes the 1983 Ferrari 308 used in the last two seasons of Magnum P.I., Aston Martin V8 James Bond drove in "The Living Daylights," Herbie the Love Bug, the M*A*S*H Jeep, 1990 Harley Fatboy from Easy Rider, Trans Am from the Smokey and the Bandit movies and the 1969 Yenko Camaro from 2 Fast 2 Furious. Rocky memorabilia is also on display.
Established to honor Deadwood
"Dedicated to the preservation of the rich mining heritage of the Black Hills of South Dakota," the Black Hills Mining Museum's guides offer 45-minute tours of the simulated underground level of the Homestake Gold Mine, "the only comprehensive look at both early-day and modern underground mining to be found in the Black Hills."
Honoring the old west pioneers of North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska, the High Plains Western Heritage Center houses a collection of Western art, artifacts and memorabilia. These quality exhibits include the original Spearfish to Deadwood Stagecoach, a turn-of-the-century kitchen, saddle shop and blacksmith shop and artifacts relating to forestry, mining, ranching and rodeo. Outdoor displays include a furnished log cabin, rural schoolhouse, and antique farm equipment.
Open seven days a week, the year-round Sturgis Motorcycle Museum has been listed as one of