Experience the MINING + COMMUNITY story of this amazing building!
This visionary attraction is a public exploration of the story of this opera house theater and recreation center from construction to current day and into the future. The exhibit features large format photography, and beloved artifacts from the building's past, linked with experiences and unified messages related to the facility's 100-year history as not only a theater boasting 1,000 seats and featured movies, theatre, and boxing matches but also including a billiards hall, 25-yard indoor heated swimming pool, social hall,
bowling alley, library, and more.
Coeur-Wharf Sustainable Prosperity Fund
Black Hills Energy
The National Trust for Historic Preservation
Deadwood Historic Preservation
The City of Lead
Black Hills Nailworks
The family of Leatta Mathis
The family of Jack & Marge Morcom
Twin City Hardware, Rental, & Lumber
Lead-Deadwood High School Class of 1978
Deb Rawlins & Ray Osloond
Sarah & Richard Carlson
Lead-Deadwood Community Fund