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1221 S. Burr St., Mitchell, SD, US, 57301

  • Phone: (605) 996-1333
  • Fax: (605) 996-6022
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Arts & Museums

»Dakota Discovery Museum

The Dakota Discovery Museum promises a fun-filled day of discovery for children and adults alike. The museum is home to an impressive collection of historic artifacts and inventive exhibits that chronicle the region's illustrious history. Laying focus on Native Americans and the Pioneers, the museum's exhibits bring to life the story of the people and events that so long ago laid the foundations of the modern day United States. Apart from the exhibits housed within the main museum building, visitors can also explore the schoolhouse, church, train depot and the historic house of Louis Beckwith within the museum's yard. The museum also boasts art galleries that feature changing exhibits, and a Discovery Land with interactive displays, fun activities and educational opportunities. With so much and more to discover, a day spent at the Dakota Discovery Museum is sure to be an experience that you will cherish for years to come.

1300 McGovern Avenue
Mitchell, SD 57301

»Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village

The Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village is the state's only archaeological site that is accessible to the general public. A Native American village is believed to have existed at the site some 1,100 years ago. Based upon archaeological evidence and the village's well-thought out location by the river, researchers have surmised that the village was once home to a small, yet thriving agricultural community. However, there is still much that remains unknown about the village itself and the people who called it home. Excavations and research continue to be carried out at the site, and can be observed at the archeodome. Visitors can also tour the Boehnen Memorial Museum which boasts a reconstructed replica of the kind of dwellings that constituted the village, alongside the numerous artifacts that were uncovered through the process of excavation. Offering a rare insight into the lives of some of the region's first settlers and the inner working of an active archaeological site, the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village is a haven for history buffs of every age. Opening hours vary throughout the year, and the site is only open by appointment during the winter months, so make sure to plan ahead!Boehnen Memorial Museum

3200 Indian Village Road
Mitchell, SD 57301
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