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Northeastern South Dakota

Thunder Road Family Fun Park - If speed is your ticket, race right over to the most dynamic go-kart tracks in the Dakotas. The tracks feature banked corners, hairpin turns, and endless racing fun for all members of your family. Adventure golf and bumper boats are also available.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Historic Homes- Step into the original Surveyors' House from Laura's book "By the Shores of Silver Lake," or see firsthand Pa's craftsmanship in the house he built on third street, The Ingalls Home.

Dacotah Prairie Museum - Both long and short-term exhibits concerning the prairie; early settlers, their lives and lifestyles; the railroad and its influence on settlement; and Native American life. Step back into the past today!

South Dakota Art Museum - The Museum understands the importance towards education. Taking great strides in creating educational programs that are fulfilling for all visitors.

Campbell Straw Bale Museum - A special museum dedicated to preserving South Dakota History, and teaching you about being green in the old fashioned way.

Aberdeen Aquatic Center - The entire family will enjoy the leisure pool with a zero depth entry, multi-level play structures, waterslides and interactive features that dump, spill and squirt water.

Mellette House - Experience life first hand in an elegant Italianante 1885 Dakota Territory home. Mellette House is renowned not only because of it spectacular architecture but because of the remarkable family that built it and occupied it for the first ten years of its existence.

Redlin Art Center - This remarkable building and the paintings within were donated to the city of Watertown as a gift from world famous artist, Terry Redlin.

South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum - A great place to visit and enjoy the history of the Dakota prairie. The museum is a powerful resource for all aspects of the rich history that South Dakota has proudly carried for many generations.

Children's Museum of South Dakota - The museum is a welcoming, fun and entertaining environment which helps spark learning through imagination, creativity, and discovery.

Codington County Heritage Museum - The museum's collections include thousands of local history artifacts, over 100 cubic feet of archival records and more than 3,500 photographs.

Bramble Park Zoo - Experience over 800 mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, fish and invertebrates representing 150 varieties from around the world and those native to South Dakota.