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Properties

The Adams Museum, The Brothel Deadwood, and the Days of '76 Museum do not require visitors to wear masks, but are strongly encouraged to do so. The Historic Adams House requires both visitors and staff to wear masks.  Staff are required to wear masks at all Deadwood History properties.  The Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center (HARCC) requires researchers to wear a mask. Visitors will not be required to wear masks, but will be strongly encouraged to do so.  Deadwood History is following regulations provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the federal government, as well as state and local government guidelines. Deadwood History staff can be reached at 605-722-4800.

In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams founded the Adams Museum in Deadwood, with the purpose of preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills. He donated the building to the City of Deadwood.

 

Visitors are not required to wear masks, but are strongly encouraged to do so. Staff are required to wear masks.

Deadwood History, Inc. (DHI) launched its new project The Brothel Deadwood with guided tours of the Shasta Rooms or Beige door located at 610 Main Street on the second floor. The tours focus on the interpretation of the century-long history of the brothels in Deadwood.

The Days of '76 celebration began in 1924 as a way to honor Deadwood’s first pioneers - the prospectors, miners, muleskinners, and madams who poured into the Black Hills in 1876 to settle the gold-filled gulches of Dakota Territory. Since then, the Days of '76 has grown into a legendary annual event with a historic parade and an award-winning PRCA rodeo.

 

Visitors are not required to wear masks, but are strongly encouraged to do so. Staff are required to wear masks.

Built in 1892, the Queen Anne-style home is well-known for its oak interiors, hand-painted canvas wall coverings, stained-glass windows, thoroughly modern 19th century plumbing, electricity, telephone service, and original furnishings.

 

Face coverings/masks are required to be worn by both visitors and staff. 

The Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center (HARCC) houses, preserves, and provides public access to one of the nation’s largest collection of Black Hills archival materials. Dating from the 1870s to the present, these materials provide the visitor with a better understanding and appreciation of the people, places, and events that shaped the unique history of the Black Hills. The extensive collection includes historic photographs, maps, legal correspondence and documents, personal diaries and journals, gold exploration and production reports, business ledgers and records, and many other interesting historic materials. The HARCC also hosts a variety of diverse educational, entertaining, and engaging events for people of all ages.

 

Visitors are not required to wear masks, but are strongly encouraged to do so. Researchers and staff are required to wear masks.

 

Whether you want to conduct research, browse through tens of thousands of historic photographs, view rare and unique historic documents, attend a lecture, or take part in a workshop, you will find it at the Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center.

 

Hours of Operation

Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center (HARCC) is open by appointment, Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  Closed on holidays.