June 16-17, 2017 – Tabor, SD Celebrate South Dakota’s Czech heritage with music, entertainment, dancing, traditional Czech foods, and fun at the 69th Annual Czech Days in Tabor! In as early as 1869, settlers began arriving from Bohemia to this small South Dakota community. Throughout the years, this annual festival has celebrated the heritage of… Read more »
A 14-Day Two-Nation Sample Itinerary From the Itineraries Midwest Spring 2009 Issue Travel to one of the most diverse and unspoiled destinations on the North American continent. The northern lights still appear in the night skies in remote areas, yet the cities offer a wealth of entertainment and shopping temptations. Great for groups of all… Read more »
This sample itinerary can be customized for any time of year. Welcome to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, located in the beautiful southwestern part of South Dakota. Here your groups will find rich native culture against the breathtaking backdrop of the Black Hills. DAY ONE Lakota Ways hosts shows, tours, and hands-on experiences… Read more »
This sample itinerary can be customized for any time of year. DAY ONE 12:30 – 5:00pm Welcome to Wall and this amazing southwestern part of South Dakota. A wonderful option for your group is the Wall Indoor Tour where visitors can enjoy multiple stations of hands-on cultural, traditional Native activities from the Northern Great… Read more »
With the arrival of winter and the holiday season, Sioux Falls offers a variety of activities ranging from outdoor recreation to performances. Come see what we have to offer. Winter Wonderland at Falls Park Falls Park is located on the banks of the Big Sioux River. Winter Wonderland at Falls Park runs from mid-November… Read more »
This sample itinerary is best during the Spring through Fall, but can be customized for any time of year. Sioux Falls is South Dakota’s largest city and is located at Interstates 90 and 29. Known for its green spaces with over 70 parks. Consider having a group picnic, hear a concert, or walk the trail,… Read more »
This sample itinerary is best spring through fall, but can be customized for any time of year. 9:30 – 10:30 am Begin your day in Sioux Falls with a tour of the Pettigrew Home & Museum. The Pettigrew Home & Museum is the home of South Dakota’s first senator, R.F. Pettigrew. One of R.F. Pettigrew’s… Read more »
This sample itinerary is best spring through fall. 6:00 – 10:00 am Grab a group of early risers and head to Mount Rushmore National Memorial Monument just before sunrise and you won’t be disappointed. The morning sun highlights the granite giving you a truly unique look at the mountain and postcard-perfect pictures. After watching the… Read more »
Sioux Falls, South Dakota is an easy city to promote. We have everything from outdoor adventures to shopping and culture. We take pride in our green and open spaces with over 70 parks within Sioux Falls. The gem of our city is Falls Park located near the downtown district. The park covers approximately 123 acres… Read more »
Does your group enjoy special events? Sioux Falls, South Dakota has a large assortment of high quality activities, particularly during our upcoming holiday season. Join us for celebrations of the season, from performances to events, we have it all. Sioux Falls is over flowing with performances including Irving Berlin’s White Christmas and Lori Line “Christmas Bells… Read more »
From Itineraries Minnesota Summer Issue 2006 This itinerary is best spring through fall but can be customized for anytime of the year. DAY ONE 9 – 10:00 am Start your day along I-29, just 45 minutes south of Watertown, with a morning walk through the beautiful McCrory Gardens in Brookings. This is one of the top… Read more »
What a great idea! Carve the facial likeness of four U. S. Presidents into a granite mountain and then invite vacationers from all over the world to come marvel. In fact, the idea was so successful, that the Mount Rushmore sculpture has become an instantly recognizable icon symbolizing America. It attracts approximately two million visitors… Read more »
Founded in the 1970s by two local ranchers, the High Plains Western Heritage Center honors the old west pioneers of South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming and Nebraska with a furnished log cabin, rural schoolhouse and antique saddle and blacksmith shop.
Sioux Falls is a great place to spend a little more time â€“ and really experience your surroundings. Plan your tour to include one of our spectacular events!
Centrally located to the wonders of the Black Hills, including Mount Rushmore National Memorial and Crazy Horse Memorial, Rapid City provides unique historic attractions and one-of-a-kind views, all for a low cost.
Over 1 million visitors a year can hear and feel history in the making at Crazy Horse Memorial, as they watch the world’s largest carving emerge.
What a great idea! Carve the facial likeness of four U. S. Presidents into a granite mountain and then invite vacationers from all over the world to come marvel. In fact, the idea was so successful, that the Mount Rushmore sculpture has become an instantly recognizable icon symbolizing America.
South Dakota is the land of infinite variety, full of Great Faces and Great Places. With national parks, Old West history, Native American culture and wide open spaces, there is something for everyone in South Dakota.
From Itineraries Midwest Spring 2010 Issue This sample itinerary can be customized for anytime of the year. Day One 7 – 10:00 am Rise early for a lively day of regional culture and arts in South Dakota?fs largest city, Sioux Falls. Take the oldfashioned trolley downtown to the Washington Pavilion, Siouxland Heritage Museum, and to… Read more »
From Itineraries Midwest Fall/ Winter 2009 Issue On your journey don’t forget to stop by and visit the Falls of Sioux Falls which is located near the downtown district. Falls Park features the Horse Barn Arts Center, a visitor information center and gift shop and a five-story, 50-foot viewing tower offering a panoramic view of… Read more »
From Itineraries MidwestSpring Issue 2009 This sample itinerary is most enjoyable during the summer months. FAMs are available for you to experience the Northern Route before you bring your groups. DAY ONE Northeastern South Dakota 10 – 11:30 am Tour Fort Sisseton and South Dakota’s early history as you take an interpretive trail walk and… Read more »
Starting in Rapid City, depart on Highway 16 south to Mount Rushmore National Memorial. View America’s most famous faces covered with a dusting of snow.
Travel to one of the most diverse and unspoiled destinations on the North American continent. The northern lights still appear in the night skies in remote areas, yet the cities offer a wealth of entertainment and shopping temptations.
Start off the morning in Belle Fourche, SD at the Geographic Center of the Nation Monument. Designed by a local artist and created from South Dakota granite, the compass rose design measures over 21-feet across.
With arrival of winter and holiday season, Sioux Falls South Dakota offers a variety of activities ranging from outdoor recreation to performances. Come see what we have to offer. . . www.SiouxFallsEvents.com WINTER WONDERLAND AT FALLS PARK Falls Park is located in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, on the banks of the Big Sioux River. Winter… Read more »
Your guided tour of the Abbey will explore its church, public buildings, workshops – where all types of specialties are created, including beautiful vestments worn by clergy. Plus see the Native American Museum and the Gift Shop before bidding farewell.