Planning a trip to South Dakota? If you’re driving around the state, you may assume most of the top things to do and see are nature-focused. The state is, after all, home to popular sites such as Badlands National Park and Wind Cave National Park. However, if you’re interested in the area’s history, there are plenty of places to add to your itinerary, where you can learn a little bit more about the state’s storied past. Here are three places to include in your road trip.
In Deadwood, it’s all about the wild, wild West. Stop into to glimpse the final resting place of notable figures like Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Need a spot to stay? Book a room at , which dates back to 1903 and counts Theodore Roosevelt among its famous guests.
United Airlines remains firmly committed toward sustainability in aviation. The latest development in its eco-conscious goals includes working with Oxy Low Carbon Ventures to commercialize the production of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF) with biotech firm Cemvita Factory. Cemvita looks to develop a revolutionary new way to produce SAF by using carbon dioxide and synthetic microbes. Additionally, United Airlines Ventures (UAV) recently announced an equity investment in Fulcrum, and United has invested more in SAF production than any other airline in the world.
Museum of Illusions Washington D.C. opens its doors this fall in CityCenterDC, offering an original, educational and Instagram-able experience. The installations are currently in the final stages of construction to debut as part of the grand opening.
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If you're not familiar with Mint House yet, this brand is a bit of a mixed concept combining homestays and hotels for all the things you love about both, with none of the things you hate. While there are no room key cards and no room service, you do get huge rooms (that often include a kitchen), 24/7 digital concierge service, access to fitness centers, common spaces and more. And now, the brand offers its guests some seriously unique (and sometimes strange) amenities.