Little Bighorn Battlefield, Crow Agency

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  • My husband is a total history buff and he absolutely loved this monument. What a great job they did with all of displays and the presentation (which is a must to listen to even though it gets packed f...  more »
  • I was in awe. They have it so well organized. This really is a must see if in eastern Montana. Parking was not great, on account there was so many people there.  more »
  • Located on a hilly meadow Hill. Grave cemetery monument and climb I 廻reます car, ordered to clean around and ran in some places built alone. Who is is like a tomb made where troops of Cavalry (white) (red) of the Sioux people have died. That is a question died at exactly that location had been recorded. Think were so laid back and had a fight with strange feelings.
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  • A place I've wanted to visit since I read my first Custer book 55 years ago. If you love American History, this should be high on your bucket list. Before you go, know that Custer and many of the other soldiers who fell here are now buried elsewhere, so you'll see very few, if any, actual graves on the battlefield. What made the visit exciting for me was experiencing the battle first hand. If you go there, please don't sell yourself short by stopping on top of the hill, grabbing a few photos, and heading back on the highway. Drive the road past everything all the way to the end (5 miles) without stopping, and work your way back towards the entrance where you can stop along the road and take in the battle as it happened. That way you'll end your visit on Last Stand Hill. You can also see where Custer's men died along the way. Unlike the movies, he didn't arrive at the hill with a thousand soldiers. He started out with roughly 240 soldiers when the battle began. By the time he reached his final destination, there were only about 30 men left to fight it out on the hill. That's what you get by starting in the back and working your way forward. I think the National Park system did everyone a huge disservice when they constructed the park the way they did. There's something special.about saving the best for last.
  • It's a very nice sight seeing place in Montana. We were on our way back to Missouri and we decided we wanted to see something pretty and free so this was our choice! We walked around for abkit 20 minutes until we realized you can drive along the road. Turns out that not only is there a story to be told along this road you call this number on tour phone and it tells you the story about what happened in the battle and where and with who. It is very educational and about and 2t minute cruise due to the fact you only creep along the path and look at the beautiful grasslands. We enjoyed it very much and if you are trying to sight see it just do something along the way of your trip this is a great option! They have facilities and a common general building if it's too cold or windy...
  • The place you want to visit if you're interested in American history. You want to visit the hill where Custer was trapped by the Indians. Knowing how Custer operated Sitting Bull set out of very clever battle plan. And Custer walked right into it no doubt in my mind.
  • This monument deserves a high rating. It is well designed and captioned. Whether a person enjoys it depends on the person's interest. Raised near this battlefield, I have visited it multiple times and have watched it change. They do a good job of depicting the history of this battle from both the viewpoint of Native Americans and from US military. The interpreters are knowledgeable and helpful.
  • Strange but you feel the spiritual part of this place. Standing there and visualizing the battle is easily done. They did a great job on marking and telling the story as they know it.

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