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Klein Museum

The Klein Museum was founded in 1975 to record and preserve the heritage and history of the local area around Mobridge, South Dakota.  The museum houses many artifacts from the collections of the Klein family, the benefactors of the museum.  In recent years the museum has increased its role in preserving the history and culture of the Native American tribes that inhabited this area of the Missouri River.  The museum has focused on the life and times of Chief Sitting Bull who is buried several miles from the museum.

While you're here visit a replica Arikara earth lodge like the ones that Lewis and Clark encountered in the villages along the Missouri River in 1804. 


(605) 845-7243

1820 W Grand Crossing, Mobridge, SD 57601

Hours of Operation

Daily Hours
Monday - Friday:
9am - 12pm, 1pm - 5pm
Saturday & Sunday: 1pm - 4pm

Open Seasonally May 1st - October 15
Klein Museum
Klein Museum
Klein Museum
Klein Museum
Klein Museum
Klein Museum
Aerial view of Missouri River

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