DescriptionMitchell's appeal comes from its corniness, in both the figurative and literal sense. Folksy charm characterizes the town's signature maize-muraled attraction, fittingly dubbed “the world's largest birdfeeder.” Thousands of pheasant hunters flock here in the fall. The Carnegie Resource Center , 119 W. Third Ave., features memorabilia from the World's Only Corn Palace, historical photographs, genealogical records and a mural titled “Sun and Rain Clouds Over Hills” by Native American artist Oscar Howe; phone (605) 996-3209.
InfoOfficeMitchell Convention & Visitors Bureau 601 N. Main St. Mitchell, SD 57301. Phone:(605)996-6223