For decades, millions of tourists have traversed the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota to pay homage to the brilliant scenery and intricate art interwoven throughout the hills. Perhaps the largest draw is the eclectic mix of sculptures, namely Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse. Whether you’re an art buff or simply enjoy viewing works of art, it’s hard to miss the hundreds of iconic sculptures sprinkled around.
As the residential sculpture experts of the Black Hills here at the National Presidential Wax Museum in Keystone, SD, we’re here to share the top sculptures/sculpture parks you ABSOLUTELY need to see the next time you’re in the Black Hills!
When you think of United States Presidents and the beautiful Black Hills, George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln likely come to mind thanks to our pride and joy, Mount Rushmore. While these Presidents inarguably shaped American history, many fail to recognize the many Presidents who have actually spent leisurely time in the Hills.
Whether you’re an American History fanatic or looking to add an unforgettable experience to your next trip to the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota, the National Presidential Wax Museum is one of the most affordable attractions in the Black Hills! Open from March through October, it’s the perfect place to learn, while taking in incredible depictions of times past in our nation’s history, as well as fantastic craftsmanship. Perhaps you’ve visited the museum before or you’re just now finding out about us while planning your Black Hills vacation. Either way, we hope the National Presidential Wax Museum is at the top of your must-see list next time you’re in the area.
To help give you a better taste of the magic that awaits you at the National Presidential Wax Museum, we’ve gathered the top seven reasons why you should come see us on your next Black Hills vacation!