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Grand River Museum

114 10th Street West
605-374-7574

The Grand River Museum is a non-profit institution, incorporated within the State of South Dakota and as a publicly supported organization described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. The Grand River Museum's purpose is to emphasize the paleontological, geological, and cultural history of the Grand River region of South Dakota; to collect, preserve and display materials relating to the history of the region; and to educate and inform the general public about the region through outreach programs, public events, and exhibits



Reviews

Daryl Nitz

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Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
Very small museum with a great history. Staff is wonderful. Museum is free. John Lopez sculptures are great. Be sure to check out his gallery in town. The museum takes 45-60 minutes to tour. Lemmon is great little town.

Ryan U

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Friday, June 29, 2018
Creationist displays. This place will actually make you dumber.

Timothy Frey

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Friday, July 6, 2018
Very nice museum, with a variety of information about the Lemmon area.

Andrew Treinen

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Thursday, July 19, 2018
Awesome place, kids loved it

Dede Horan

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Sunday, Sep. 22, 2013
We happened upon this museum quite by accident after visiting the Petrified Wood Park & Museum. What a nice little surprise. The Schmidt's were so pleasant and were able to answer most of our questions. They provided us with a fun little scavenger hunt as we looked at all the exhibits. Everything was clean, neat and tidy and very nicely displayed. There were some incredible dinosaur bones, fossils, etc... Some very interesting items and nice exhibits here! Well worth stopping to take a look!

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