This was our second time in a row and would go back again. Staff is friendly and helpful. We did the tour and the panning it was worth it.
On our way out of Deadwood, we saw this attraction and thought why not, let's see it. Our entire family was there. we're in our 30s, kids 14 and 8, and my parents in mid-60s, so we had all age groups in our group. It was interesting to see the mine and the conditions and what they went through. It... More
This is educational and interesting for the whole family. The tour of the mine was fun and the guide had great information. The price is good and for a little extra you can pan for some gold which was a great addition after the tour. Every person who tours also get a certificate that says they own a little piece... More
Fun tour of an old gold mine. Tour is about a half hour or less, not very expensive. Our tour guide was knowledgable about the mines history as well as full of geologic trivia about the area.
With the profusion of gold mine attractions in the Black Hills, we were at a loss to choose one to visit. We talked with a young man at the Deadwood information/interpretive center about the various options. The thing that made us choose this particular mine was that it came across much less as a tourist trap and more of an... More
Got there late at the Broken Boot to play some slots. Many interesting stories and things to look at here involving Black Hills Gold. Good place to stay awhile, play some slots and wander throught the big place looking at Deadwood history. Again we won a bit, but not a lot. The bank is not broke!
it was raining and it was a great way to spend an hr and learn about gold mining.The kids who did the tours were really pleasant and knew a lot.
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