I have it 4 stars for the view of Crazy Horse and idea, but have to tell you it was too structured (everything has a price) for me! I’ll drive by but won’t go in again.
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We visited the Crazy Horse Memorial in late October and really enjoyed it. The visitor's center has HUGE windows and so many people can experience the gorgeous view of the memorial at the same time. There is a large outside deck as well. The video...More
Beautiful and grandiose, Crazy Horse is more than a monument - it's story still being told, one man's dream, one people's history. To start off our visit, we took a guided bus tour. We took the bumpy rode in an old school bus, which made...More
We visited Crazy Horse Memorial during the summer. I must admit when we first arrived we where slightly disappointed that we hadn't a closer view of the sculpture, but after walking around the visitor centre which was interesting, we saw that there was a shuttle...More
I learned a lot about the great Lakota warrior, Crazy Horse. Very controversial figure and key to many US battles with Native America, including the War for the Black Hills and the Battle of Little Bighorn. This site features the memorial that is in the...More
The mountain sculpture is not done yet but the museum on site was very well done. It had many beautiful feather headdresses, leather clothing with beads, beaded moccasins, and many other items of interest. I was pleasantly surprised.
Read a lot of skeptical reviews but this place was amazing. Spectacular in size and scope. Admirable that they are only working on this massive project with private donations. The Native American museum is very nice. We expected to stay only for an hour or...More
The sculpture, the mission and the persistence on display here all impress me very much. Much has been accomplished since I first saw it in 1974. Ziolkowski and Standing Bear (not Longmire’s sidekick) were dreamers of the highest degree and I applaud their vision. I...More
We wanted to go see Crazy horse. We found out that it costs $11 per person. That would have been $22 for my husband and I. We felt that was too much because it's not completed yet. We left and pulled over on the side...More
It was raining when we drove past, so we drove up the drive to get a better look. There was no where to turn around and we then had to go thru and pay admission. They had the model put away so that you could...More