Anna Miller Museum is 3 blks. w. of US 16/85 at 401 Delaware St. The museum displays wildlife, antique firefighting apparatus, pioneer articles, fossils, minerals and Native American artifacts.
Also at the site is a homesteader's house, a former one-room schoolhouse and the Jenney Stockade Cabin, built in 1875 by the expedition sent into the Black Hills area by the U.S. government to investigate reports of gold. The structure is best known as a way station on the Cheyenne-Deadwood stage line, which began in 1876.