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The Mammoth Site

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January 6, 2020
I think this interesting topic to see and walk through.
August 9, 2019
Great place to visit for both adults and children
June 29, 2019
A little out of the way of the heart of the Black Hills, but a very interesting stop. The views in Hot Springs are to do for, and this little town has a lot of history to offer. If you make your way to the Mammoth Site, stop at Evan's Plunge for a dip in this huge natural hot spring swimming pool
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Andria M.
May 28, 2019
This is the coolest tourist attraction I've ever been to in the world! It is a museum that is built around a live archeological dig. I've never seen anything like it. Although they do live tours year round, the tour times are limited in the winter so call ahead and make sure you get on a live tour…
July 8, 2018
A museum all about the prehistory of the hills, they found an intact mammoth here! Wonderful museum that takes you back to a time when the Hills were pure and untouched.

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1800 U.S. 18 Bypass
Hot Springs, South Dakota 57747
Telefone+1 605-745-6017