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Would have been a palace on the frontier.

Beautiful house 'on the prairie'. Very interesting tour by a very enthusiastic tour guide in period... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
bcs488
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Grand Rapids, Michigan
A step back in time

We had no idea of the majesty of the house that General George Armstrong Custer created for... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jan R
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Amarillo, Texas
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Reconstructed home of Gen. George Armstrong Custer.
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Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, 4480 Fort Lincoln Rd, Mandan, ND
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Beautiful house 'on the prairie'. Very interesting tour by a very enthusiastic tour guide in period dress (cavalry soldier). Anyone remotely interested in the 'Custer story' should visit and take this tour, very informative as to the background and personalities of Custer and his wife,...More

Date of experience: August 2019
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We had no idea of the majesty of the house that General George Armstrong Custer created for himself. Amazing attention to details in this reconstruction. The "soldier" park ranger was excellent in his portrayal of a Seventh Calvaryman.

Date of experience: August 2019
Thank Jan R
Reviewed July 22, 2019

George Custer and wife Libbie lived in the house from 1873 until Custer died at the Battle of the Big Little Horn in 1876. A reconstruction of the Custer House was opened 1989. Interpretive Pass is $8.00 Adult. There are a number of items in...More

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank K I
Reviewed July 15, 2019

Great interpreter who was dressed in period clothing. Very knowledgeable. Fun to see the items that were original to the house.

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank 100krisj
Reviewed July 10, 2019

Totally impressed with the size of this house! Our tour guide was very informative. Really enjoyed that once going inside the house that our guide stayed in character of the time period of the house and site! Loved seeing the "special attention" pieces. :) The...More

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank Jane V
Reviewed October 12, 2018 via mobile

We didn’t know it was closed for the winter. We still walked around and took some photos. Would have been nice to take the tour. We paid $7 to park and then found out it was closed. Be sure it is open before you pay...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank createandcapturelife
Reviewed September 29, 2018 via mobile

The house is only open during the summer which is too bad. Wish they could make accommodations for us folks who travel off season by being open weekends. From the outside seems li,e it would have been cool.

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank bLiselotte
Reviewed September 26, 2018 via mobile

The Custer house is a reproduction built on the site of the original house. You tour the house with a guide dressed in period clothing and playing a character. Our guide was a 7th cavalry trooper. He told us he was from company E which,...More

Date of experience: May 2018
Thank Bill F
Reviewed September 12, 2018 via mobile

The guided tour is the only way that you get inside the house. Tickets are $8 from the Commissary and it’s well worth it. Ben conducted our tour and was a wealth of knowledge on the house, the Custer family and all related matters. Our...More

Date of experience: September 2018
Thank BigMerk
Reviewed August 26, 2018 via mobile

A docent dressed as a private in the infantry in 1875 takes you on a tour of the house. General George Custer, his wife, 3 Brother’s, a sister, and a sister in law all lived in the house together almost no with 3 maids. Much...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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stegmillerdk
September 21, 2016|
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Response from FortALincoln | Property representative |
Tours of the Custer House and Interpretive Services end at the end of the Sept. The park will be open, but buildings and tours will be closed for the season on Oct. 2nd.
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Tonya J
June 20, 2016|
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Response from FortALincoln | Property representative |
Interpretive passes for the tour of the Custer House are $6 for adults and $4 for students.
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