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Get your holiday shopping done early and shop local at these unique mission-driven gift shops. From art to jewelry, to toys and books, your purchase directly supports the mission of each organization.

From Thursday, Nov. 12, to Saturday, Nov. 14, stop in 4 of the 5 museum and cultural organization gift shops and be entered to win a great prize: One lucky shopper will win a $20 gift certificate from each organization!

Participating Gift Shops:

Brookings Arts Council: Stop by our pop-up holiday store, The Holly Leaf, featuring local artisan items such as paintings, prints, jewelry, pottery, hand-crafted stuffed animals, and more.

McCrory Gardens: Unique items such as garden flags, rabbit garden sculptures, local honey, and McCrory maple syrup.

Play Central Toys & Books (located at Children’s Museum of South Dakota): Hand-selected books, games, plush, puzzles, t-shirts, STEM-related toys, and unique children's toys. Offering personal shopping to help you select just the right gift and free gift wrapping.

South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum: European glass Christmas ornaments, locally-sourced goods, South Dakota made items, and more. Capturing the Spirit of South Dakota in every gift!

South Dakota Art Museum: Unique gifts from South Dakota and beyond. It's the Art Museum's Annual Holiday Sale! Original paintings, pottery, art glass, home decor, and more.

Gift shop hours vary by each location. Please check in with the shop for more information. Thank you for shopping local and supporting our beloved cultural organizations, too!

Thursday, Nov. 12, 2020 – Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020 All-Day Agricultural Heritage Museum , Gift Shop

Building Access Directions

The Agricultural Heritage Museum is fully accessible. The front entrance to the museum is located on the south side of the building (11th St. side) and is handicap accessible.

Parking Information

Our visitor parking lot is located on the left/west side of the museum. If those spots are filled, additional parking is located in the lot behind/north of the museum (Lot 114). There are handicap accessible spots in both lots.