South Dakota Dining May 16, 2022
This 1880 Town In South Dakota Is Also A Restaurant And It’s Fun For The Whole Family
South Dakota is known near and far for having some of the best landmarks and attractions in the country, so it should only make sense that there are some stellar on-site restaurants, too! Case in point: The unique 1880 Town and its fun and unique ’50s Train Diner.
Located in Midland. the 1880 Town gives visitors a glimpse into South Dakota's Old West history via 30 buildings from 1880 to 1920, thousands of relics, and hands-on activities for the kids.
After exploring, it is time for food, which is where the on-site '50s Train Diner comes in!
Like the other on-site buildings, the '50s Train Diner is historic and authentic, as the old Santa Fe train car ran from Chicago to California before eventually retiring in the 1880 Town.
When you visit the '50s Train Diner, you will experience what the railroads were like in their heyday, thanks to the friendly staff, 1950s memorabilia, and old-time lunch line.
In addition to the ambiance itself, the '50s Train Diner boasts a delicious down-home menu a la sandwiches, burgers, sandwiches, and desserts.
Don't forget to also visit the '50s Train Diner for all of your breakfast favorites!
To learn more about 1880 Town and its '50s Train Diner - including menu options and hours of operation, please visit their
The 1880 Town and '50s Train Diner is open May through October.
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nominate it here! For even more fun places to eat around the Mount Rushmore State, check out These 8 Unique Restaurants In South Dakota Will Give You An Unforgettable Dining Experience. Address: 1880 Town, 24280 SD Hwy 63 I90 Exit, 170, Midland, SD 57552, USA