One of the most recognizable Old West icons in existence is the famous Deadwood Stagecoach.
The Deadwood Stage was featured for many years by Buffalo Bill in his Wild West shows all over America and Europe, and it is still notorious throughout the globe today. The stagecoach was the primary mode of travel in areas that had little or no rail transportation. This is essentially true for Deadwood - the stagecoach was used extensively to carry mail, gold and people from 1876 until the arrival of the railroad to Deadwood in December 1890.
- $10 Adults and $5 Children (ages 3-12), plus tax. Seating is limited
- Purchase tickets at the Stage Stop, Deadwood Welcome Center, or History & Information Center. Call (800) 344-8826
Stagecoach boards on Historic Main Street at the Stage Stop every half hour starting at 1:00 p.m. Weather permitting.
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., with the last ride at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesdays - Saturdays Beginning May 23rd.
Non-operational during blackout dates for special events and some Deadwood Alive shows.