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Blooming lilac and crab apple trees provide a splash of color to the state capitol grounds in Pierre. Photos by Scott Howard/S.D. Tourism.

A Capitol Spring

Spring’s vibrant colors bring out the best in our granite capitol. Photos by Scott Howard/S.D. ...

The patio at Prairie Berry Winery near Hill City offers a majestic view of the Southern Hills.

South Dakota Wine Tour

A New York Times writer stopped to sip at 4 of our 25 vineyards.

Seeing crocodiles, alligators and other wild beasts in action is part of the fun at Reptile Gardens. Photo by Chad Coppess of South Dakota Tourism. Click to enlarge photos.

Rapid City Reptiles

See the crawling, squirming creatures people love to hate at Reptile Gardens.

A National Park Service employee points to the double-locked red box that concealed the code and keys for a missile launch at the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site. 2007 photo by Paul Higbee.

The Mystery of a Missile Silo

A West River historic site preserves South Dakota's role in the Cold War. 

Dayle Tibbs Angyal says visitors to the Casey Tibbs Rodeo Center enjoy the exhibits and a chance to sit on a harmless bronc. Photo by Bernie Hunhoff.

Central South Dakota's Playground

River fun and rodeo history are big draws for Fort Pierre visitors.

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