Attractions

Stop by these fun, family-friendly attractions while you're visiting the Webster area:

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Museum of Wildlife, Science & Industry
Bringing the past to the present through 23 buildings, including restored blacksmith, barbershop, country store, jail, church, post office, school, farmhouses, and more all filled with vintage furniture, supplies, and equipment. Plus, the Mildred O'Neil Shoe House and State of South Dakota Fishing Museum!
Address: 760 W. Hwy. 12, Webster, SD. Phone: (605)345-4751
Open May 15 through Labor Day: Mon - Sat 10 - 5 p.m. and Sun 1 - 5 p.m.
Open Labor Day - October 15: Open 7 days a week, 1 - 5 p.m.

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Blue Dog Fish Hatchery
The states only facility for producing cool- and warm water fish, including 700 incubation jars for northern pike and walleye eggs, 20 incubators for trout and salmon eggs, and 30 rearing tanks inside and 8 raceways, 38 rearing ponds, two hiking trails, boat launch and fishing pier outside. The Visitor Center includes an aquarium and several displays.

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Waubay National Wildlife Refuge
Waubay National Wildlife Refuge is located in the prairie pothole region, the largest duck production area in the continental United States. The refuge includes 4,650 acres of lakes, marshes, grasslands, and woodlands which support diverse and abundant wildlife; 245 species of birds have been observed. Both eastern and western bird species of the United States can be found here.

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Day County Museum
Located in the Day County Courthouse, 711 W. 1st St. (lower level).Includes hundreds of historical items such as the gown worn by Mrs. Sigurd Anderson at the Governor's Inaugural Ball in 1951, an Indian headdress presented to the governor at the Sitting Bull monument dedication, and excellence collection of early day guns and farm equipment. Open Wednesday & Friday, 1:00 - 4:00 PM.

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Fort Sisseton Historical State Park
Walk the grounds where the officers quarters, stone barracks, powder magazine, guard house, and other buildings remain at frontier Fort Sisseton. This 1864 fort, atop the Coteau des Prairies, is a rare reminder of the western frontier. The forts name comes from the nearby Sisseton Indian Tribe, and it is now a picturesque state park that unfolds the areas history. Camping sites available.Phone: (605)448-5474

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Terry Redlin Art Center
Few artists can rival the standards of excellence achieved by Master Artist Terry Redlin over the past 25 years. View the work in Watertown, just 40 minutes from Webster.

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Storybook Land
Just over the rainbow is where you'll find Aberdeen's magical theme park - Storybook Land! Walk the Yellow Brick Road with Dorothy, Toto, the Scarecrow, Tin Man, and Cowardly Lion, plus Captain Hooks Ship, Old MacDonalds Farm, Jack and the Beanstalk, rides, petting zoo and more. Free to all ages!

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Webster Area Chamber of Commerce
Address: 513 Main Street, Webster, SD 57274
Toll-Free: (888)571-7582
Phone: (605)345-4668
Email: Contact
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