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With so much to see and do, The Foothills Inn is your home away from home.

We invite you to experience spectacular scenic cruises, abundant wildlife, and unforgettable adventures in Rapid City and the surrounding Black Hills of South Dakota.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial is our area's main attraction and a “must see” for first time visitors. Other national treasures in our area include Crazy Horse Memorial, Devils Tower, Badlands National Park, Wind Cave National Park, Jewel Cave National Monument, Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, and the scenic Custer State Park.

Other notable stops include Wall Drug, the world's largest drug store, with one of the best donuts around and 5-cent coffee, Historic Deadwood, known for its outlaw history, and Sturgis, home of the famed Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.

Attractions centered around families with young children include: Reptile Gardens, Storybook Island, Dinosaur Park, and Pirate's Cove Mini-Golf.

Learn about the history of Native American culture in Rapid City and the Black Hills at The Journey Museum. Prairie Edge, located downtown, provides the opportunity to view a stunning showcase of traditional and contemporary Native American art, crafts, and music.

Located in the heart of Downtown Rapid City you'll find Main Street Square. Main Street Square is a public space for events and features live music. In the summer, the Square features interactive water fountains complete with music and changing lights. In the winter, the Square is converted into an outdoor ice skating rink. Main Street Square is also home to The Sculpture Project: Passage of Wind and Water. The Sculpture Project began on July 1, 2013 and is the largest privately funded public art commission underway in the country.

For more information about what there is to see and do, or if you have questions, please contact our helpful and informative front desk staff at 1-877-428-5666.

 

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