Member Museum Details
Pollock Visitor and Interpretive Center
119 Main Street
PO Box 43
Pollock, South Dakota 57648
Our building was opened on July 24, 1904. It is a 30 x 80 foot log-fronted structure. We have on display indian artifacts, historical tools and locally handmade clocks. We feature of the moving town of Pollock. In addition we have Lewis and Clark information.
Exhibits are changed monthly; the changing exhibits include handmade doilies, dolls (some as old as 90 years), handmade quilts, jewelry, afghans and music boxes.