Stop and take in the 20 minute video and life-size photos and displays. This is a great place for kids.
About Ben Reifel Visitor Center
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We stopped here primarily to see the gift shop, use the rest rooms and to see what kinds of information we could learn. There are some nice exhibits and yes we learned a good deal, but there were a lot of people for the seemingly...More
This visitor center is in the middle of the loop and a great place to stop. A lot of information about the Badlands available here and a nice gift shop. Nice clean restrooms. Worth a stop.
We drove along Route 44 from the Badlands back to Rapid city, through Scenic, and decided to go to the WHITE RIVER ViSITOR CENTER on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Are you GLAD that we stopped there !! The two staff had much cultural information...More
Very nice visitors center, lots of interesting information. We watched the movie. It was enjoyable and informative. The bookstore had many interesting titles. The only problem was the cashier who was much more interested in playing on her phone than helping.
The rangers here are very helpful and can point your visit to the Badlands in the right direction. Make sure to make a little time for reviewing the "musuem" and learning more about the Badlands, as well as for the 25-minute movie that plays throughout...More
It is located at one end of the loop road. Get the necessary instructions from here and also get the gifts that are needed for the badlands. The staff are helpful and provide good guidance for various activities and overlooks that provide excellent opportunities to...More
Busy place, very crowded. Good source of books on the history of the area. Good movie for more information. High prices on everything (higher than at My Rushmore.) This center could/should be expanded so that shopping in it is a little more pleasant.
This is a wonderful addition to the Badlands Park. The rangers were very informative & they have a great little museum & video that tells you all about how the Badlands came to be. My kids enjoyed the section on fossils & the dinosaurs that...More