Some Of The Oldest Rock Art In America Is Right Here In South Dakota… And You Are Going To Want To See It

After seeing and hearing the tragic reports of the Notre Dame fire, we are reminded of just how important it is to preserve our history in all of its forms. In South Dakota, we have such a rich and colorful history that dates back thousands of years, which we are fortunate enough to be exposed to on a regular basis. One of these spots where you can experience history firsthand is right here in north central SoDak, which is home to some of the oldest rock art in America:

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The Tulare Municipal Building is located at 112 Main Street in Tulare.

Do you want to get an even better look at the Tulare petroglyphs and hear what the experts have to say? You’re in luck, as the History Channel’s Found did a segment on the art! Check it out:

For even more fascinating South Dakota history, check out these 7 Things You Didn’t Know About The History Of South Dakota.