Mitchell, South Dakota: Corn Palace
- 604 N. Main St., Mitchell, SD
- I-90 to Mitchell. North on Hwy 37 (Burr Street). Left on Havens Avenue. Right on Sanborn Boulevard. Left on 7th Avenue for three blocks; free public parking.
- Currently under reconstruction. Open daily (summer) 8-9; off-season Sa-Su closed. (Call to verify)
- RA Rates:
- Worth a Detour
With its mad mix of onion domes and minarets, this corn-plastered edifice looks like it was drop-kicked out of czarist Russia. Undergoing reconstruction: travelers in Summer 2015 be forewarned. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About Corn Palace
Just a heads-up: the Corn Palace is being renovated and the domes have been taken down. In addition, they are not lighting the building at night. You can still tour the interior and there are interesting murals on the outside walls. Don't miss the corn statue across the street.[RK Caton, 07/06/2015]
The exterior of the Corn Palace was supposed to be completely renovated by Memorial Day weekend, but various SNAFUs have kept it a work-in-progress well into the 2015 summer travel season.
They are refurbishing, so, most of the exterior corn murals are gone or incomplete. They still have some inside, will be beautiful when done in 2016.[sherri, 07/22/2014]
Corn Palace: Under Construction
Saw it just before the construction started. Talk about amazing! The fact that they take all the corn down each year and redo it is absolutely wonderful.[Brian From Rockland County NY, 06/21/2014]
Worth the stop just for the corny family picture. Not much else to do.[Jen, 07/04/2012]