One Hour Narrated!
Leaving from Deadwood's Historic
Main Street 5 times daily
Boot Hill Tours, Inc.
P.O. Box 200
Deadwood, SD 57732
(605) 580-5231 or (605) 641-0728 or (605)578-1886
Owned and managed by Ron and Teah Pray
tour of Mt. Moriah, our famous "Boot Hill". and city
landmarks. One hour. Narrated!
||ndorsed by the
Lawrence County Historical Society and AAA rated.
|| motherlode of
gold rush history.
||eparting from the Deadwood History and Information Center, (The Old Railroad Deepot), 3 Siever Street at 9:30am, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:00pm, and
Times may occasionally vary.
||estern history comes
alive as you visit the graves of Wild Bill and Calamity Jane.
||open air bus tour
for prime sightseeing as you view Deadwood from the crest of
||ur rates: Adults $9 - Children $5 - Seniors $8
||edicated to serving
groups with western hospitality since 1987. Group rates for 20+.
Call for reservations.
Deadwood's 1876 Gold Rush
Local History and Legends
Current Gold Mining
Historic Main Street Buildings
Custer's 1874 Expedition to the Black Hills
Great Sioux's Struggle for the Black Hills
Chinese of Deadwood
The Killing of Wild Bill at the Saloon #10
The Trial of Jack McCall
Legalization of Deadwood Gambling - 1989
Monday to Sunday
June through October
About Our Local Guides...
Paul PonceDeLeon is an avid Deadwood
Historian, local artist, and 30 year resident. Some of his paintings have
received national acclaim. He has painted a mural of Deadwood's history in the
Deadwood Post Office.
Horst is life long resident of the Black Hills and a graduate of the
University of South Dakota. He is a Deadwood Historian, actor, and writer. For
many years he was an actor in the original script of the Trial of Jack McCall.
Steve's father worked as an underground miner at the Homestake Mining
Ron Pray is a Guidance Counselor at Lead-Deadwood
High School and a resident of the Black Hills. He has written a book of
Deadwood's history entitled Main Street Deadwood.
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