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Mineral Palace Hotel & Gaming

Deadwood, Tennessee, United States
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Where Mineral Palace now sits started as the Gem Theatre in 1876. The term "theatre" was used loosely and The Gem was actually a prostitution house. When gambling was legalized in Deadwood, the site was turned into a casino and is now Mineral Palace.... more

  • Property Size: 75 units
  • Open Dates: Open Year Round
  • Nearby City: Deadwood
  • Nearby Water: N/A
  • Conference Facility: No
  • Restaurant Onsite: Yes
  • Pets Allowed: No
  • Kids Allowed: Yes

Vacation Type(s): Casino, Historical, Luxury

Data Provided By: Mineral Palace Hotel & Gaming

Penny Motel

Deadwood, Tennessee, United States
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If the Old Wild West interests you, you'll love historic Deadwood, where you can visit the gravesites of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. The Penny Motel is also minutes from Saloon #10, where the staff reenacts the famous shooting of Wild Bill.... more

  • Property Size: 15 units
  • Open Dates: Open Year Round
  • Nearby City: Deadwood
  • Nearby Water: Pactola lake
  • Conference Facility: No
  • Restaurant Onsite: No
  • Pets Allowed: No
  • Kids Allowed: Yes

Vacation Type(s): Family, Historical

Data Provided By: Penny Motel

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