There is much to see and do in Rapid City and the surrounding area. Click here for complete tourist information. If you would like to book a sightseeing tour, please visit this link for a complete list of options.

Looking to extend your trip?  Our local travel professionals will be happy to help you plan your visit. Visit this site for information on travel agencies, car rental, and more.

You will see our most famous sites as part of the World Finals 2017 activities. If you want to see more of our town, here are some suggestions. Unless otherwise noted, admission is free. Except for the Museum of Geology and Dinosaur Park, all are within easy walking distance of the World Finals 2017 venue.

The Journey Museum & Learning Center is designed as a journey through time, from the formation of the Black Hills over 2.5 billion years ago to the continuing saga of the Western frontier. Interactive exhibits and dramatic displays present the geography, people and events that shaped the history and heritage of the region. Visit their website for hours and current admission prices.

The Dahl Arts Center has served as a premier western South Dakota arts center for contemporary visual arts, arts education and performing arts since it opened in October 1974. It is a public facility, gifted to Rapid City by Mr. & Mrs. A.E. Dahl, owned by the City of Rapid City and is managed by the Rapid City Arts Council.

Life sized statues of past American presidents are found on the street corners of the historic downtown Rapid City. Visit their website to find a map and self-guided tour or visit the Presidents Information and Gift Shop on the corner of 7th and Main Street.

Main Street Square is a public open space in the heart of Downtown Rapid City at 6th and Main Street. Surrounded by granite statues, an interactive water feature is popular with small children in the summer and is converted to an ice skating rink in the winter. A full schedule of concerts and festivals is held in the Square, which has outdoor seating and is bordered by unique shops and restaurants.

The Museum of Geology is where you can see dinosaur skeletons, rare fossils, and mineral displays. The Kids’ Zone offers hands on experiences for young visitors.

Dinosaur Park is home to seven large statues of dinosaurs which are a favorite of small children. Located on the sandstone ridge that encircles the Black Hills, it affords 100-mile views of our city and the surrounding area.