Experience the culture and heritage of the native Sioux tribes as you visit historical sites, museums and art galleries.
Powwows allow visitors to experience Native American traditions of dance, music and foods up close.
Follow the Oyate Trail, an off-the-interstate route to the Black Hills that provides many opportunities to observe Native American culture and history.
Three floors of regional history exhibits at the Old Courthouse. Pettigrew Home is elegant 1889 home of S.D.'s first senator.
Old Courthouse Musuem at 200 W. 6th St.
Pettigrew Home at 131 N. Duluth Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Oscar Howe Art Gallery
Built in 1882, Old Main is a fitting home for the work of one of the institution's most celebrated faculty members.
University of South Dakota Campus
Carnegie Resource Center
119 West 3rd Ave.
P.O. Box 263
Mitchell, SD 57301
Center For Western Studies
2121 S. Summit Avenue
Sioux Falls, SD 57197
City of Flandreau
1005 W. Elm Avenue
Flandreau, SD 57028-1404
Dakota Territorial Museum
610 Summit St.
Yankton, SD 57078
Heritage Hall Museum & Archives
748 South Main
Freeman, SD 57029
1-888-595-9755 or (605) 925-7545
Lewis & Clark Visitor Center
55245 Nebraska 121
Crofton, NE - near Yankton, SD 68730
Smith-Zimmermann Heritage Museum
221 Northeast 8th Street
Madison, SD 57042
W.H. Over Museum
1110 University Street
Vermillion, SD 57069
April 8 - April 9, University of South Dakota, Sanford Coyote Sports Center, Vermillion
April 21 - April 22, Center for Western Studies, Sioux Falls
July 1 - July 2, Prehistoric Indian Village, Mitchell
July 14 - July 16, Flandreau
December 15 - December 17, W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds, Sioux Falls