Reviews of CCC Museum of South Dakota (Tourist Attraction)

23935 US-385, Hill City, SD 57745, United States

Average Rating:


Here you will be able to see the information of real people who are purchasing the services of CCC Museum of South Dakota (Tourist Attraction) in the state of South Dakota.

Right now the firm gets a rating of 4.7 out of 5 and the score has been based on 26 reviews.

As you can read, the average score it has is basically the best, and it is based on a high number of opinions, so we may conclude that the rating is very reliable. If people have bothered to give their score when they are pleased, is that it works.

As you know, we don't usually bother to place tatings when these are positive and we usually do it only if we've had a problem or incidence...

This Tourist Attraction is included in the category of History museum.

Where is CCC Museum of South Dakota?

REVIEWS OF CCC Museum of South Dakota IN South Dakota

Henri Groenewald

Christopher Wilkinson

Good information

Angie Peirce

Richard F

Nice spot to stop and take a break for lunch. Picnic tables, trees, well groomed lawn. Very helpful people working the visitor center.

Avalon Rising

Amazing staff and incredibly worth your time to learn about the history of the CCC

James Ray

This is something most people probably don't know about but it's a great stop in. Shows the history of our country thru the Dust Bowl and the Great Depression. We spent almost an hour there exploring and looking around everyone with kids should stop there and explain the history to them.

Otto Bochman

This is a small museum but tells the story of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) in South Dakota. This program affected the lives of thousands of men and their families between 1933 and 1942. Work of a roster of enrollees is ongoing and available to museum visitors. The amount of work completed by these men, particularly in South Dakota, is nothing short of incredible. The Museum is right in the heart of The Black Hills in the Hill City, SD Visitor Center.

Stephen Blackstock

Very nice

Lynn Haydon

Great little museum! Nice gift shop.

Aimee Scafuro

Great little place to learn some interesting and important history about our country!

Shanna Nelson


Enjoyed it

David E

Nerd heaven. Talk to the curator for even more info.

Wayne Hardgrave

Wife says awesome friendly staff

Ross Lushbough

Go visit this place! Great exhibits! Great folks running the place all volunteers! Wonderful learning experience! The Black Hills of SD would not be what they are without these hardworking young men.

Denise Etzkorn

One of the few remaining, if not last, CCC Museum. Very informative, with antque reading material you can read, plenty of photos, tools, and so much more. The CCC made the Black Hills a tourist destination, building scenic roads, lakes, tunnels, and so much more!

John De santis

Alec Gillman

Stop in! It’s free (donations accepted). A great little regional-focused exhibit about a great story in desperate times. The CCC left a lasting legacy on the landscape for everyone to benefit: hiking trails, forest roads, vistas and lookouts, picnic areas and campgrounds, among other conservation efforts, and not to mention our human resources and spirit. This exhibit and volunteer staff hopefully inspires you to think about the good things that government is capable of, and to get involved in resource conservation yourself!

Rich Kuske

Maria Payne

Questions answered thoroughly

Clark Zealand

Somewhat hidden on the second floor of the Hill City Visitor’s Information Center, the CCC Museum of South Dakota is a gem that, in my opinion, is a must-see for anyone who truly appreciates the many incredible landscapes in the Black Hills (as well as so many other locations in Nat’l Forests and Nat’l Parks around the country). We literally stumbled across this location while touring around as my eye caught the small ‘CCC Museum’ sign with just enough time to turn into the parking lot. We arrived just minutes before the Visitor Center closed and, even though the museum proper was closed, the person tending the visitor center unlocked the door and allowed us a quick visit; you do not get that kind of service and trust in many places these days! If you don’t know anything about the ‘CCC boys’ from FDR’s ‘new deal’, they are basically responsible for building our national parks and many only outdoor amenities in national forests and the like. Even though I have researched the CCC era for many years, this museum contains many artifacts that I had never seen before and was truly a pleasure to visit. Donations are encouraged so please stop by and support the curation of this incredible history!

Don Hughes


Jeff Hall

Very helpful and friendly employees, with an interesting little museum. This tourist information center has a pamphlet for any & everything that you may want to do or go see in the Black Hills. And the museum is free.

Robert Kirkpatrick

Roxanne Buxton

Who knew how many different projects the CCC worked on, and at how many different locations? I never realized these guys were moved from state to state as projects were completed. Kinda makes you wonder why they don't use similar logic to employ those on welfare today. It would be a win win situation.

Jerry Sullivan


Business Hours of CCC Museum of South Dakota in South Dakota



CCC Museum of South Dakota en South Dakota
View Phone Number
View WebPage


Others also saw
South Dakota State Capitol
South Dakota State Capitol
Tourist Attraction - South Dakota

State government office

Belle Fourche
Belle Fourche
Tourist Attraction - South Dakota


Naked Winery South Dakota
Naked Winery South Dakota
Tourist Attraction - South Dakota


Akta Lakota Museum & Cultural Center
Akta Lakota Museum & Cult...
Tourist Attraction - South Dakota


Cosmos Mystery Area
Cosmos Mystery Area
Tourist Attraction - South Dakota

Tourist attraction