The driving distance from Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport to Mount Rushmore is:

594 miles / 956 km

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Driving distance from MSP to Mount Rushmore

The total driving distance from MSP to Mount Rushmore is 594 miles or 956 kilometers.

Your trip begins at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It ends in Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.

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Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport

City: Minneapolis
State: Minnesota
Zip code: 55450
Country: United States
Category: airports

Mount Rushmore

Landmark: Mount Rushmore
State: South Dakota
Country: United States
Category: landmarks

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