Museums & Attractions
Badlands National Park
Crazy Horse Memorial
The Story of Crazy Horse Memorial- Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski and Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear officially started Crazy Horse Memorial June 3, 1948. The Memorial’s mission is to honor the culture, tradition, and living heritage or North American Indians. The Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation is committed to this mission.
The Indian Museum of North America tells present and future generations the story of all Native North American tribes by displaying outstanding examples of Indian culture and heritage – both of yesterday and today.
Minuteman Missile National Historic Site
24545 Cottonwood Rd
Philip, South Dakota 57567
This historic site interprets the Minuteman II missile defense system and the Cold War. Facilities include retired Delta-09, a launch facility (missile silo) and Delta-01, a launch control facility (command center). Located on the North side of Interstate 90 at exit 131. Tours are offered daily on a first come, first served basis.
National Grasslands Visitor´s Center
This one of a kind Visitor Center is located on Wall’s Main Street, just two blocks south of Wall Drug. The exhibit room and theater presentation will tell you the story of the National Grasslands and the staff is here to help you learn about the opportunities, from hiking and biking to wildlife viewing. Following your visit, you can enjoy a National Grassland experience as close as 15 minutes from Wall.
Pioneer Auto Show & Prairie Town
Wall Golf Course
1802 Golf Course Road
Wall, South Dakota 57790
The Wall Community Golf Course has been designed to challenge players of every level and ability. Rental carts, clubs, light snacks and liquor, beer and wine are available at the clubhouse.
Wall Drug Store
510 Main Street
Wall, South Dakota 57790
Wall Drug Store is globally known as the “World Famous Free Ice Water Store.” Wall Drug Store features a unique two block shopping emporium, a western art gallery, and a restaurant where you can buy five-cent coffee! The newly remodeled backyard features an anima-tronic tyrannosaurus rex.
Wheelin' to Wall
Wheelin’ to Wall through the Badlands of South Dakota is a cycling event that grew from a community collaboration project, “Marketing Hometown America”. The community collaboration brought forth many ideas from residents of Wall to connect with each other and the landscape where they live.
The walk-ability and bike-ability of Wall, my community, was a top theme among participants of the project. Wheelin’ to Wall is an event to raise funds to improve the infrastructure and safety for walking and biking in our community. It is an event for my community and an invitation to others to come and
enjoy what we have in and surrounding our town.
Charon Geigle of Wall, organizer of Wheelin’ to Wall has lived in Wall, SD for 30 years. She loves to be outdoors cycling, running, kayaking, trapshooting, and hiking.Wheelin’ to Wall is all about community.