Closed for Independence Day

The museum will be closed on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 to celebrate Independence Day. We will resume regular hours on Thursday, July 5 at 10 More…

Posted on 2018/07/01 at 8:05 AM -- Categories: News

Awarded $15,000 grant for Window Restoration

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum received $15,000 grant from the Deadwood Historic Preservation Fund to restore the windows of the Stock Judging Pavilion. The More…

Posted on 2018/06/21 at 10:05 PM -- Categories: News

Centennial Music Series

June 13th | July 11th | August 8th | 11:00 am – 1:30 pm | @ SD Ag Heritage Museum The 2nd Wednesday of June, More…

Posted on 2018/06/05 at 5:08 PM -- Categories: Orbit

Teaching Your Subject Using Geo-Inquiry | 2-Day Teacher Training Opportunity

July 20 @ 9:00 am – July 21 @ 2:00 pm| FREE South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum will be offering, Teaching Your Subject Using Geo-Inquiry More…

Posted on 2018/06/05 at 5:01 PM -- Categories: Orbit, Uncategorized

Up in the Air

Professor J.G. Hutton used the American Paulin Altimeter Model SA-1. The altimeter is a squat metal cylinder with a large white face housed in a More…

Posted on 2018/05/30 at 5:17 AM -- Categories: Collections, What's New Wednesday

Closed for Memorial Day

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum is closed for the Memorial Day Holiday. We will reopen Tuesday at 10 am. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Posted on 2018/05/28 at 12:30 PM -- Categories: News

Norwegian Carpentry at SDSU

Time, persistency and a whole lot of skill. This desk was hand crafted by an immigrant from Norway, Halvor Solberg, whom settled in the Dakota territory at the More…

Posted on 2018/05/23 at 5:14 AM -- Categories: Collections, What's New Wednesday

Brookings’ Tires Receives National Recognition

The saying, “they’re not what they used to be” may hold some truth to certain topics or objects, but not tires. Back in the early More…

Posted on 2018/05/16 at 5:12 AM -- Categories: Collections, What's New Wednesday

Museum receives grant to restore windows

The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum received $15,000 for the restoration of the Stock Judging Pavilion’s windows. The South Dakota State Historical Society through the More…

Posted on 2018/05/15 at 2:07 PM -- Categories: News

The Tale of a Tusk

N.E. Hanson found this mastodon tusk during his travels while collecting plant samples throughout Asia. He collected it in Siberia where many of these fossils, and even More…

Posted on 2018/05/09 at 5:09 AM -- Categories: Collections, What's New Wednesday