There Are Dozens Of Historic Buildings In This South Dakota City
Thanks to our state’s gold mining past, South Dakota is filled to the brim with historic towns, homes, and buildings, many of which – thanks to concerned residents and preservation committees alike – are still in excellent condition. When it comes to this historic city, however, there are more than just a few, which you are going to want to see for yourself:
Welcome to Fort Pierre, South Dakota, "Where the west begins!"
Developed as a trading post around 1832, Fort Pierre has changed dramatically since those early days, with its official incorporation in 1890 and its - plus the nearby capital of Pierre's - continual growth.
When you visit today, you will be treated to many attractions that you will not find anywhere else, including the beautiful Fort Pierre National Grasslands, Native American Scenic Byway, Stanley County Fairgrounds, unique dining and shopping, and other modern surprises.
While there are a million great reasons to visit Fort Pierre, our favorite part of all are the many historic buildings, businesses, and homes that still stand, many of which date back to the turn of the 20th Century or prior.
No matter your whereabouts in town, you are almost guaranteed to run into one of these fascinating places, including downtown, residential areas, and outskirts.
While you are visiting Fort Pierre, be sure to check out one of the city's museums, which gives an even more in-depth look at the history of the community and its businesses.
To learn more about all there is to see and do around this historic community, check out the City of Fort Pierre's
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