The City of Deadwood has built a new town square to bolster its entertainment venues and give families more activity options while visiting the historic City. The Square features a large stage built with heavy timbers to handle major acts. Fronting Main Street is a historic-replica gazebo that is an architectural recreation of the original meeting place for townspeople. A water feature utilizes an 1890’s spigot and the Main Street entrance is framed by gallows poles. A 4,000sf engineered synthetic Ice, Glice®,skating rink can be used during any season. When the skating rink is not in use, visitors can gather on a synthetic turf lawn to relax and enjoy entertainment. 12,205 Reclaimed pavers from Deadwood Street were used as hardscape and a Historic Opera House stacked stone foundation wall was preserved for display.