Welcome to the Tri-State Museum & Visitor Center
Quilts and Quilting
Find out the cultural history of this art form and see examples, too.
Opening September 9, it runs through January 2024. Exhibit includes photos, storyboards, touchscreen quiz, activity table with books and a workbook. Tri-State Museum, 415 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche. 605-723-1200.
Our December Family Fun Day is a free-for-all craft time! We have materials for some suggested crafts to make or you can make your own. There will be a drawing for the book “Creative Christmas Crafts” plus a free take-home workbook. Refreshments served. $2 per person or free with membership. Reservations are helpful. Sunday, December 17 at 2 pm, Tri-State Museum and Visitor Center, 415 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche. 605-723-1200.
Homesteading Today is our latest mini exhibit opening Saturday, November 11. We will have an opening reception on Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm with refreshments, including cupcakes from SME Treats. Come learn about what it means to be a modern day homesteader, and how you can become one no matter where you live. This exhibit will be up into January of 2024.
Sheriffs of Meade County
David Super will tell us about the history of lawmen in our neighbor county on Saturday morning, November 4.
Brunch is at 10 am and is $5 or free with membership; presentation at 10:30 am is free to all. Reservations are required for the brunch or just the presentation; call 605-723-1200. Please let us know if you must cancel. Tri-State Museum, 415 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche.
Check out this 360 degree video tour of our community – significant buildings, the downtown and more! Tour provided by Mary Buchholz and Hunter Anderson.
Centennial Sculpture & Park
Listen to the Story of the Sculpture