• Underground Delta-01 LCC, 44th Missile Wing/66th Strategic Missile Wing logos, topside view of Delta-09 LF

    Minuteman Missile

    National Historic Site South Dakota

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  • Traffic Alert

    I-90 Exit 131 (Visitor Contact Station) is open in both directions. Exit 127 (Launch Control Facility) is closed to eastbound traffic, but open to westbound traffic. Pick up all tour tickets at exit 131. Allow extra time to travel to Delta-01 for tours.

  • No Tours available on Tuesday, October 7

    Due to a staff shortage, there will be no tours provided of D-01 on this date. D-09, the missile silo, will remain open for self-guided tours.


Minuteman Missile field groundbreaking ceremony

Groundbreaking for Minuteman missile field on September 11, 1961


Oral Histories

Minuteman Missile Oral Histories are now online. These include interviews with missile field personnel, local citizens and contractor's who have been a part of the Minuteman's history. To read the Oral Histories click here...

Minuteman III test launches

A Minuteman III missile launches


Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBMs) have been deployed across the United States from 1959 through the present. To learn more about the Atlas, Titan, Minuteman and MX Peacekeeper ICBMs click here

Did You Know?

Signing of the START Treaty

The START Treaty signed in September 1991, directly led to the deactivation of 150 Minuteman Missiles of the 44th Missile Wing in western South Dakota.