Four Mile Old West TownCurrently Closed
- Address: Four Mile Old West Town, 11921 West Highway 16, Custer, SD 57730, United States
- Timings: 08:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-6056733905
- Ticket Price: 5 USD
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Tour, Family And Kids, Specialty Shop
You get a chance to experience yesterday’s world and setting in the old west town located in Blackhills badlands, Custer! Take a step back into the old style with lots of opportunities for family fun and also to witness some living history. There are various tours of the stockade and historic town that you get to take here. Take a journey to the olden times with the characters dress in period style or shop for your loved ones or even yourself from the gift store.
- Dress up retro and visit to get complete feels.
- Do try to catch a melo drama here.
- They are pet friendly.
- $5 per person (kids 6 & under are free)
- Open mid-May until early October (off season- by appointment)
- Hours: 8:30 am to 5 pm
- Timings from Memorial Day to Labor Day are 8:30 am to 8 pm.
- You can catch melodramas at 6:30 Friday night from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
- Located just 4 miles west of Custer between Custer and Jewel Cave.
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95% of people who visit Custer include Four Mile Old West Town in their plan
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43.48% of people start their Four Mile Old West Town visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Four Mile Old West Town
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Four Mile Old West Town
Amazing. We had so much fun. The owner of this place is dedicated. They label everything. The buildings are in amazing disrepair for authenticity, but are still functional and you are able to enter each one. You pay $6 and get an old tape recorder to do a self-guided walking tour of some of the oldest, neatest, and creepiest things you will ever see. We brought our four year-old, but because of all the broken glass, rusty nails, and sharp edges I wouldn't call this attraction "child-friendly". We kept our son right at our side the whole time and watched him carefully, but if I had more than one, or if he wasn't listening well, this place would spell trouble. I assume because of all the broken glass and sharp edges that is why there are warning signs to be careful in the "unsupervised areas". This place was amazing though. If you love the old west, anything creepy, or old stuff in general...do not leave Custer without doing this tour. Also, listen to the tape. It was very interesting and also added to the whole experience. Where does the owner even find tapes anymore!? Incredible. When we go back to Custer, we will be sure to check back in and see what new buildings might be there and to take another stroll. What a gem in Custer. Not for people who do not like really old stuff, history, or self-guided experienced. Also not for children who need to touch everything, as they might get cut or poked. Definitely for people with a sense of humor, love for history, and can appreciate authenticity. We loved it.
Great staff. The lady working the counter was sweet. It's pretty cool to go back in history and see some of the houses and things people had back in the day.
Great historical ghost town to visit. The place is well preserved and has over 50 original buildngs. Must stop
Great place for the whole family something for every age
I thought it was going to be a Joke but it turned out to be rather enjoyable and quite expansive with the structures that they had. They certainly have more than Walter Knott did when he created Knott's Berry Farm in Southern California. A lot of photo opportunities.