The first we visited the battlefield, we didn't know what to expect, and we happened to be there just as the Sturgis rally was gearing up, so it was really, really crowded. This time we were ahead of Sturgis and actually got to see the movie in the visitor's center and spend some time in the displays there. That made the experience more meaningful. You could spend a lot of time here, but we did Last Stand Hill, the Spirit Warriors memorial (which is stunning—really beautiful), and then drove out to read about Reno/Benton at the opposite end of the battlefield. It's a very solemn place, well worth the visit.
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