The Buechel Museum’s collection of 2,000+ artifacts from the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota honors the traditions, culture, and history of the Lakota. The Museum is open to the public each year from Memorial Day through Labor Day, and provides a wealth of information on the history and culture of the Lakota people.
The Museum is staffed by volunteers and locals, who give tours of the museum and historical churches on the St. Francis Mission, such as the St. Charles Borromeo church.
We are currently closed but are still doing tours by appointment only. We appreciate all visitors near and far for their presence, also the many good comments!
Due to shortage of staff, the museum will no longer be able to assist with any research for the public, whether it be artifacts, photographs, or performing genealogy requests.
Please visit us again next year.
No photos allowed inside Museum.
Admission: Free (suggested donation of $5)