1880 Train

  • Address: 222 Railroad Ave, Hill City, SD 57745, United States, Custer
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  • Phone: +1-6055742222
  • Ticket Price: 28 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Entertainment, Family And Kids, Adventure, Hill, Train Ride

There is no better way to see the black hills of South Dakota than from the windows of a vintage steam train. This train ride is basically of 20 miles and is one of the best things you can do to relax and explore. It is basically a round trip from Keystone and Hill City. There is a narrative constantly going on to keep rail enthusiasts of all ages engrossed and occupied. There is no experience like this in the whole of the Black Hills. Also try to catch other train adventures like Cody the Magician, Steam Seminar and Old West Shootouts.

Round Trip

  • Adult: $28.00
  • Child: (ages 3-12) $12.00, $10.00

One way

  • Adult: $23.00
  • Child: (ages 3-12) $12.00, $10.00

  • Check for the exact train schedule on the official website.

  • 14.1 miles from Custer. Hire a cab.

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  • 1880 Train Address: 222 Railroad Ave, Hill City, SD 57745, United States, Custer
  • 1880 Train Contact Number: +1-6055742222
  • 1880 Train Price: 28 USD
  • Time required to visit 1880 Train: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Custer include 1880 Train in their plan

  • 32% of people start their 1880 Train visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see 1880 Train

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting 1880 Train

People normally club together Big Thunder Gold Mine and Crazy Horse Memorial while planning their visit to 1880 Train.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Took the kids on the Christmas Express. It was a fabulous ride. Lasted a little over an hour, and the family was served hot chocolate and cookies. The kids met Santa and got a magic Christmas bell. Really well organized and the elves were all really friendly. Beautiful scenery. Highly recommended. Bring a lap blanket if the temps are chilly.

  • Great!! We had 22 people in our group. My children with their children and some great grand children all got together. We came from Rapid City, Billings, Mt. And Georgia. Thank you for a wonderful memory made.

  • Beautiful mountain scene and historic train ride. Great information and view as you travel to Keystone and back. They delay long enough in Keystone to grab a quick bite to eat and browse the station there. Great old steam train, two thumbs up from us! *and it's handicap accessible

  • This was so worth the time and money. A beautiful trip through the blank hills. Are lunch in keystones. Had many different places to choose from. And ice cream places too. Then the ride back with commentary about the area and it's history. Just an easy, pleasing day. Wonderful addition to any travel plan for a no hustle slower paced attraction for all ages for sure.

  • This was the highlight of our 7 day visit to the Black Hills. A wonderful train journey through the marvellous country side with the whistle blowing at every road junction. And the two towns Hill city and Keystone are great places to visit. So good was it we went back down the Old Hill City road the next day so we could film the superb sound of that engine and whistle.

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