Mount Moriah Cemetery
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High on the hill overlooking majestic Deadwood, see the final resting spot of Wild Bill Hickock, Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock and more...
Calamity Jane and Wild Bill are buried here! Included on some of the bus tours, you can also hoof it up to the cemetery on your own. Neat old tombstones, and great views! There is an admission price.
Drive to the top, or walk up for little hike. This cemetery is a neat place to spend an afternoon. Final resting place of iconic western figures like Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane.
Because that is where Wild Bill and Calamity Jane are buried. Also there is the Adams Museum in Deadwood. Other interests are within driving distance, such as Mt Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Keystone, Hill City, Custer State Park...so much to see and do in the Black Hills
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“This property has it all. Once home to the historic Slime plant, this has been remodeled into an awesome location with bar and restaurant food, large casino floor, a coffee shop, huge event center that hosts famous bands, weddings, events and more. Check out their website for upcoming bands (they have hosted names like Dolly Parton, 38 Special, Shinedown, Hairball, Gabriel iglesias ect.) The Restaurant has a "Hard Rock" vibe to it. My Favorite dishes here are the Whiskey ribeye, and the Chicken Alfredo! ”
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“The closest place to eat, just a 10 minute drive from the cabin, on Hwy 385. Great comfort food! Our faves are the loaded burgers, chicken fried steak, and friendly service!”
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“Fine dining at it's best! My favorite is the Tuaca Pheasant pasta dish with a maple whiskey sipper from the Historic Saloon No 10 downstairs from restaurant. The outdoor patio provides a lovely space for evening chats, a romantic dinner or just a fun night with friends. ”
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“The staff at the Adams Museum bring to life the characters and history of the area. From a replica of the gold nugget found to the train engine that ran throughout the Black Hills, this is a great display of the area's Past.”
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