Classic cars on Main Street Deadwood during Deadwood Kool Nites



633 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Many believe that Deadwood’s first sheriff, Sth Bullock, still haunts the streets of the town. Particularly the Bullock Hotel, which be built and opened in 1895. Don’t miss your chance to get a glimpse of this wild west legend’s ghost. Guided tours of the hotel occur each summer evening at 5 PM with varying hours in the winter months. Complete your Deadwood visit with a ghost tour of the Historic Bullock Hotel. – 800-336-1876


628 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
This 1898 Victorian offers ghost and paranormal tours integrated with historical perspectives about its colorful and violent past. The hotel has been explored by multiple professional paranormal investigation teams. And has been featured on shows like Ghost Adventures, Dead Files, and Ghost Lab. Historically accurate and fun for the whole family. Tours are offered nightly beginning at 8:30 PM. – 605-578-2205


560 Main Street, Deadwood, SD 57732
In 2004, Jarret and Jordan Dahl embarked on an Alaskan adventure. While there, they discovered a natural talent for turning discarded logs into works of art. With locations in Deadwood, Hill City, and Keystone, their unique pieces are hard to miss while traveling through the Hills. Experience the fun with free live daily carvings by this award winning duo. – 320-226-3581


 650 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Looking for a unique souvenir to take home with you? Then visit Berg Jewelry. They offer thousands of items from all four Black Hills Gold brands. Original Black Hills Gold is a unique American art form created the way it was originally made… by hand. No two pieces are alike. Black Hills Gold is a style, a trademark, a tradition of jewelry incorporating a basic design of wild grape clusters with vines and leaves of pink, green and yellow. These three colors of gold are created by mixing copper or silver with gold bullion. The design is still used today and has worldwide recognition and popularity. Owners of Black Hills Gold jewelry usually have a collection of several pieces and often think of it as a keepsake. – 605-722-0011



270 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Stake your claim at the First Gold Casinos and discover great promotions, Gold Club member rewards, and our large selection of the newest slot machines, live blackjack, Mississippi Stud and 3-card poker tables. We also have a large selection of progressive slots including the “Wheel of Fortune”, which on February 12, 2005, paid out over $800,000! – 605-578-9777


709 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Slots, table games, poker room, and a player’s club. The Silverado-Franklin, with Deadwood’s largest gaming floor, gives you more than 360 different slot games to choose from. Prefer card games? Silverado Franklin offers Blackjack, Three Card Poker, Caribbean Stud, Four Card Poker, Let It Ride, and Texas Hold’em. Additionally you will find Craps and Roulette tables. – 605-578-3670


633 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Enjoy authentic Victorian atmosphere while playing your favorite slot machines. Open daily, 24 hours a day. Take time out to eat in our intimate restaurant, Bully’s. Full liquor bar with a wide variety of your favorite cocktails is available. – 800-336-1876


658 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
The Bodega has some of the best gaming devices in town . Our gaming floor is kept up to date with new games monthly. We have one of the largest slot machines in the world “Big Bertha”, as well as interactive penny games, video poker, keno, roulette, and reel games in Quarter, Dollar, and Five Dollar denominations. – 605-578-1162


634 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Mustang Sally’s is the place for sports fans and get togethers. With 30 slot machines, Golden Tee 2018, stuffed animal claw machine and an ideal game watching setup with 23 flat screen T.V.s, there is entertainment for everyone. Come with friends and enjoy a fun-filled evening with our delicious menu, including appetizers to cold beverages, while you play or cheer your team on one of our sports packages, including NFL, MLB, NHL, NBA, and Big 10 DIRECTV. – 605-578-2025


626 Main St. Deadwood, SD 57732
A family restaurant & gaming establishment in the Heart of Deadwood. Offering a casual atmosphere where regular folks can play slots, eat late night snacks, relax, and have a good ol’ time. Karaoke every Friday & Saturday night from 7:30 PM to close. – 605-578-3136


304 Cliff St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Deadwood Gulch Gaming Resort HAS IT ALL! The Gulch features a 24-Hour Casino, Award-Winning Hotel, Creekside Restaurant and Convention Center. With on-site parking in a beautiful Black Hills setting and access to the Mickelson Trail for year-round outdoor activities we are your one-stop-shop when planning a vacation. – 605-578-1294


27 Deadwood St, Deadwood, SD 57732
When staying with us be sure to check out the action in our casino. The first floor of the Iron Horse Inn & Suites and the adjacent Martin and Mason building have been recently joined to create a large gaming area called the Wooden Nickel Casino. We have tons of slots on our ground floor! Come enjoy a laid back gaming experience at the Wooden Nickel Casino. – 605-717-7530


 685 Main St, Deadwood, SD 57732
Hickok’s boasts of twenty two beautifully restored hotel rooms and suites; and an award winning pizza pub. Historic preservation experts often point to Hickok’s Hotel and Casino as a great example of Deadwood’s continuing historic preservation and restoration effort. Ranging from one cent to $100, you’ll find over 100 slot machines with favorites such as Sizzlin’ 7’s, Blazin’ 7’s, Video Poker, Harley Davidson, the Triple Diamonds to add to your fun! – 605-578-2222


Established during the gold rush of 1876, Deadwood began as a lawless camp of prospectors hoping to get rich quick. Its small business district consisted largely of saloons, card parlors, and bordellos. Deadwood became an outlaw hot spot and played host to some of the wild wests most famous names. Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock, and Wild Bill Hickok all found themselves in Deadwood at one time or another.

On August 2, 1876, Hickok was shot and killed while playing poker at Nuttal & Mann’s Saloon. The hand he was holding was forever dubbed the “Dead Mans Hand”. Wild Bill Hickok is buried at Mount Moriah Cemetery along with several other notable wild west figures. The original site of Nuttal & Mann’s is located near what is present day 624 Main Street.

As the days of the outlaw came to an end, so did Deadwood’s reputation as a criminal hangout. With the arrival of the railroad, Deadwood slowly became more civilized it eventually grew into a prosperous commercial center.

Main Street Deadwood


The days of the old west may be gone but their spirit is still alive and well. Deadwood is the only town in America completely listed on the National Historic Society. So taking a stroll down Main Street feels like stepping into the past. Visitors can get lucky in one of the 25 casinos, or capture their inner outlaw in an old timey photo. Experience the American Wild West in Deadwood, South Dakota.


The annual Days of ’76 celebration, July 23- 29, commemorates the founding of the town and its fascinating history. This five day boasts vendors, parades, and an award-winning PRCA rodeo.

In the summer months, you can find lawmen and outlaws alike roaming the streets of Deadwood. These characters do daily shoot out reenactments in various locations on Main Street. They also recreate the shooting of Wild Bill Hickok at Saloon No. 10. Visit the Deadwood Alive for the schedule.

Wild Bill Days, June 15 – 17, celebrates the life and times of Deadwood’s most famous gunslinger. With live Main Street concerts, Nations DockDog Competition, and gold panning lessons from Black Hills pros this event is fun for the entire family.

Deadwood 3 Wheeler Rally, July 9-14, is a 5-day event with daily destination rides to sites in and around the Black Hills. The festivities include vendors, socials/BBQs, entertainment, Trike Show n’ Shine, poker runs, awards, night trike parade, trike games of skill, charitable fundraising, and more. Register you ride here.

There is always something to do in Deadwood. Concerts, marathons, wine tastings, and more. View the full schedule here

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