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The mission of Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation is to protect and preserve the culture, tradition and living heritage of the North American Indians. The Foundation demonstrates its commitment to this endeavor by continuing the progress on the world's...more
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12151 Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD 57730-8900
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The cost to enter the monument was $30 per carload, all for access to a "viewing platform" that you a view not much better than you would get from the road. If you want to get up closer to the monument you have to pay...More
One of the few (perhaps the only) monument specifically dealing with a Native American, Crazy Horse Memorial is a huge work in progress that will take many years to finish. The granite protrusion on this mountain is beautiful in itself, but Crazy Horse's face in...More
The memorial is a huge undertaking. Take the bus ride to the base; it is worth it. The guide relates a fascinating story about the monument. We also saw some wildlfe- the whistke pigs, and the museum is very worthwhile and is massive. You could...More
We were in awe of how big the monument is; it is breathtaking. The monument itself is a five star. The hike is a three star. We joined the Volksmarch with so many other folks of all ages and backgrounds from all over. Had I...More
I was there the last day of September on a road scholar tour and was able to climb to the arm of the monument. Once (or twice) a year there is a Volksmarch, a 6.2 mile round-trip woodlands hike up to the outstretched arm which...More
I recently visited the memorial with my wife and her parents. It's $30.00 per carload to get in. While I was hoping on more of a up close look at the memorial its actually more of a museum visit. The entrance fee covers the exhibits...More
Crazy Horse Memorial is not too far from Mount Rushmore, and was definitely worth the trip to see it. After paying admission you'll receive a ticket for entrance into the museum for everybody in your vehicle.
As the greeter will tell you and others who've...More
No. The museum and the monument are worth seeing. The undertaking to completely remove a mountain and shape the remaining surface is incredible. Unlike Mt. Rushmore, all debris has to be removed. An incredible... More
No. The museum and the monument are worth seeing. The undertaking to completely remove a mountain and shape the remaining surface is incredible. Unlike Mt. Rushmore, all debris has to be removed. An incredible undertaking. Very much worth the admission.
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I saw this show standing on the viewing deck several years ago and everyone was standing and the deck was filled. I don't remember there being rooms for chairs. You should contact Crazy Horse if you are disabled and need... More
I saw this show standing on the viewing deck several years ago and everyone was standing and the deck was filled. I don't remember there being rooms for chairs. You should contact Crazy Horse if you are disabled and need seating.