You are always welcome on the South Dakota State University campus, even if you just wish to enjoy an urban hike through a canopy of old trees and the architecture of academia. For a real workout, climb the Campanile, a 1929 brick tower that stands 165 feet high; borrow the Campanile key at the Alumni Center across the street. After a long walk, you’ll be ready to stroll over to the Davis Dairy Building, where students learn to make cheese and ice cream. You can watch the process, enjoy a cone and take some cheese, yogurt and other products to go. At the nearby Animal Science Complex, students are experimenting with new products in the Meat Lab. Again, visitors are welcome to buy. Plus, the campus has two must-see museums … [keep reading].