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Verendrye Museum

115 Deadwood Street, Fort Pierre, SD
+1 605-223-2646
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A little gem

Great little museum in Fort Pierre. Packed with exhibits of the real America. Staff were very... read more

Reviewed 2 September 2015
Graham J
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Bedworth, England, United Kingdom
Plains Museum

Located in Fort Pierre SD, the museum is named for the Verendrye brothers (Louis and Chevalier) who... read more

Reviewed 1 August 2015
etweeden
,
London, United Kingdom
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2 Sep 2015
“A little gem”
1 Aug 2015
“Plains Museum”
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115 Deadwood Street, Fort Pierre, SD
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+1 605-223-2646
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Reviewed 2 September 2015

Great little museum in Fort Pierre. Packed with exhibits of the real America. Staff were very helpful and helped us understand some of the more challenging exhibits. Had a great time there. One of our many memories of our trip last fall, from the UK...More

1  Thank Graham J
Reviewed 1 August 2015

Located in Fort Pierre SD, the museum is named for the Verendrye brothers (Louis and Chevalier) who reached this approximate location in 1743 and promptly buried a lead plate in a hillside claiming the entire Missouri watershed for France. The museum contains many plains artifacts,...More

2  Thank etweeden
Reviewed 6 July 2012

Just went through the Verendrye Museum for the first time since I was in grade school - decades ago. It is undergoing some changes and improvements. I would say I was impressed with what they have going so far. If you are a longtime resident...More

1  Thank Dulagirl
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