History is kept alive in the city of Watertown, South Dakota! Come learn about the good old days with museums, art, culture, and historical exhibits that bring you back in time. From the Redlin Art Center and Codington County Heritage Museum to historical homes such as the Mellette House, there is no lack of South Dakota history in Watertown.
Thousands of pictures and artifacts are on display that tell the story of the area.
The Mellette House will open in May 2022. The Mellette House is the beautifully restored 1885 home of South Dakota's first Governor, Arthur Mellette. It is a truly unique Watertown experience.
Buffalo Ridge Resort and Business Center is your premier destination for weddings, business conferences, family reunions, and so much more!
Stroll along the Kemp Avenue to see the 60 buildings on the National Register of Historic Places.
A recently renovated, beautiful historic building in Downtown Watertown with a restaurant, bar and special events venue.
Located on the shores of Lake Kampeska stands to honor and remember our military Veterans.
Book your events transportation using the historic trolley.