This is another great place for American history buffs, as we are. I would also recommend seeing the Little Bighorn Battle site on the same trip if possible? The tour of Custer's house was excellent. The guide spoke " spoke in character" during the tour. I got caught looking in Libby's clothes closet, which was a real no-no in those days. After seeing the grave stones at Little Bighorn, and then seeing the barracks at the fort, where these men were stationed, was very sobering. There are actual photographs and brief family histories of the men who died at Little Bighorn. In addition there is an excellent interpretive center highlighting the Mandan-Hidatsa cultures of the upper Missouri river. I'm glad we made the stop--Great decision!!!
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