Philip, South Dakota
Street Address
Prairie Homestead
Hwy 240 1/2 mile North of Badlands Nat'l Park
Philip, SD 57567
Mailing Address
21141 Hwy 240
Philip, SD 57567
Admissions
$5.00 for adults Seniors and children from 11 through 17 $4.00 Under 11 free with a parent
Museum Type(s)
Staff
Keitha L Crew, Owner
phone: 605-433-5400
History

The Prairie Homestead was homsteaded By Ed Brown in 1909. The family lived here adding farmstead buildongs and fences until 1935. After this it was ocupied and maintained by a bachlor, George Car until 1949. It includes a sod dugout home and out buildings as if the people were living ther today. we also have a history room with manybooks on the period and a fine gift shop. The Prairie Homesteas was repaired and opend, buy my wife and I, to the public in 1963.

Artifact Collections

A few of the original furnishings in the home.

Educational Programs

A 3 to 4 minute video.

Library

Access: General Public

Appointment required: No

ADA

Wheelchair Accessible

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