Deadwood Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Deadwood; our list of the best things to see, including Chubby Chipmunk Hand Dipped Chocolates, Gold Dust and Miss Kitty's Cantina.
  • The best place in Deadwood: Chubby Chipmunk Hand Dipped Chocolates

    Chubby Chipmunk Hand Dipped Chocolates

    420 Cliff Street
    Handmade chocolates by Mary "Chip" Tautkus who has been inventing and making truffles for years.
  • Gold Dust

    Gold Dust

    688 Main Street
    Daily: 24 hours. The Gold Dust is one of the larger establishments in Deadwood, Spanning 8 rooms over two properties. The Gold Dust also operates the Holiday Inn Express.
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  • Miss Kitty's Cantina

    Miss Kitty's Cantina

    649 Main Street
    Mexican specialties and great American dishes, too! Call to carry out.
  • Gold Dust Restaurant

    Gold Dust Restaurant

    688 Historic Main Street
    Lunch and dinner buffet every day, homemade salads and desserts. "Prime and Crab" Friday and Saturday nights.
  • Gem Steakhouse & Saloon

    Gem Steakhouse & Saloon

    601 Main Street
    Specializing in hand-cut Angus Steak. Full service lounge. Open daily fr breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Deadwood Gift Shoppe

    666 Main Street
    Sells clothing, jewelry, souveniors and other goods made in South Dakota.
  • Celebrity Casino

    629 Main Street
    Daily: 24 hours. This Casino is popular for its displays of authentic movie props, celebrity instruments and famous automobiles.
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  • Nelson's Garage Car Museum

    629 Main Street
    Free admission. This museum has collected some of the world's most recognized automobiles such as the jeep from TV's M*A*S*H, Magnum P.I.'s Ferrari and James Bond's Aston Martin.
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  • Deadwood Tobacco Co

    Basement of 828 Main
    12 noon to 12 midnight, closed Tuesdays. A good selection of high quality tobacco products and a well stocked bar. The cigar humidor is the largest in South Dakota, with many hard to find cigars. They have live music most weekends and are the only bar in town without any gambling.
  • Old Style Saloon No. 10's The Utter Place

    657 Main Street
    10's The Utter Place, 657 Main Street, ☎ +1-(605)-578-3346. Daily: 11AM - 1AM. Named for the establishment where Wild Bill was murdered. It's one block south of the actual location. There are signs noting where Wild Bill was actually shot and were they captured the hook-nosed assassin Jack McCall.
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  • Tatanka: Story of the Bison

    Highway 85
    Hours: May 15th - September 30th 9AM - 5PM. Admission: Daily Passes: Senior (65+): $6.50; Adult (12+ years): $7.50; Child (6-11 years): $5.50; Children (5 years and under): Free. Tatanka explores the history of the North American buffalo, which at one time had a population in excess of 30 million, but by the close of the 19th century the bison population was estimated at only 1,000.
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  • Hickok's Casino

    685 Main Street
  • Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort

    304 Cliff on Hwy 85 South
    Tucked back in the trees, this in town resort/casino has an out of town feel. It's known for its hospitality, up to date gaming, and great food. }}
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  • Adams House Museum

    22 Van Buren Ave
    Built by the Franklins, this Queen-Anne styled mansion is nearly perfectly preserved since being purchased by W.E. Adams. Tours are about half an hour.
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  • Oggie's Sports Bar & Emporium

    Oggie's Sports Bar & Emporium

    100 Pine Crest Lane
    Elevate Your Experience!
  • Aught Six Grille

    Aught Six Grille

    1906 Deadwood Mountain Dr.
    Boutique hotel, world class casino, and entertainment venue located in Historic Deadwood
  • The Deadwood Grille

    The Deadwood Grille

    100 Pine Crest Lane
    Elevate Your Experience!
  • Slime Plant Lounge

    Slime Plant Lounge

    1906 Deadwood Mountain Dr
    Boutique hotel, world class casino, and entertainment venue located in Historic Deadwood
  • Brown Rock Sports Cafe

    360 Main Street
    Brand new in 2009! Specialty pizzas and delicious American fare. Starbucks coffee.
  • Lee Street Station Cafe

    9 Lee Sreet
    The "best" breakfast and great lunches in Deadwood provided by Tami! Hamburgers, sandwiches, homemade soups and daily specials. Family and local favorite! Open daily from 7 to 2PM.
  • Four Aces Restaurant

    531 Main Street
    Breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet every day, homemade salad and desserts. "Prime & Crab" Friday and Saturday nights
  • Super 8 Pizzeria

    196 Cliff Street
    Personal pan, medium, and large pizza made from scratch with fresh toppings. Burger deluxe, salads, fresh-baked cookies.
  • Buffalo Bodega Complex

    658 Main St
    Bodega often features crowd drawing activities such as karaoke.
  • Silverado Casino

    709 Main Street
    The Silverado recently acquired the Franklin Hotel, making them one of the largest full-service gaming establishments in Deadwood.
  • Deadwood Thyme Cafe & Wine Bar

    87 Sherman Street
    French Style Bistro, serving lunch, dinner, Sunday brunch, reservations recommend.
  • Best Western Hickok House

    137 Charles Street
    The Hickhok house offers amazing food. They have breakfast, lunch and dinner. They do however specialize in breakfast. They have an awesome country fried steak that comes with hashbrowns, toast and eggs for only $8.99! The staff is friendly and the place seems very clean.
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EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Deadwood uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.