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Badlands Petrified Gardens, Kadoka

3.7
#42 of 57 in Museums in South Dakota
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  • My wife really LOVES petrified wood. I believe it's her favorite, so we definitely had to stop here since it was literally off of I-90 and was on the way home. The cost to view it was definitely cheap...  more »
  • We loved this place! We weren't sure about it at first, but decided to stop by just for fun, and we really enjoyed it! This place is family owned and the owner will tell you all kinds of interesting i...  more »
  • Excellent collection of petrified wood found in the South Dakota Black Hills area. The pieces have been transported to this site, so you cannot see where they were found but the collection is worth se...  more »
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  • Family vacation and saw this place. Didn't know what to expect and didn't look like much but worth the stop! Neat petrified woods, rocks, & fossils. Lots of cool and inexpensive souvenirs
  • First off between Wall Drug and the Petrified Gardens, they know how to get your attention with billboards! They did a great job. It's probably a bit pricey for a family, but overall if you're a rock lover it's worth the trip. I think it's bargain though to get a pound of rocks for $3, especially in a very touristy place! They have a crazy gift shop inside as well, that's definitely worth a look.
  • Paid $6 to see fossils and petrified wood. Honestly, the signs throughout were my absolute favorite.
  • Very interesting. Didn't know this could happen to the wood.
  • Many old specimens from millions of years ago. They also include a chart trying to fit biblical characters into the history