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Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, Crow Agency
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  • A real highlight of our 3500 mile tour from California to South Dakota and back. Ever since I was a child I had been fascinated by the Battle of the Little Bighorn (thanks to an old Waddington's board...  more »
  • This was one of my favorite stops on our 3500 mile trip. We have 13 and 16 year old boys that really enjoyed it also.We watched the film and then listened to the Park Ranger talk. He was so informativ...  more »
  • I knew about George Custer's last stand as a kid growing up, but having now been at this location and hearing about the events surrounding the days, hours and minutes leading up to what happened, I no...  more »
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  • Absolutely amazing. Just by walking through this battlefield you can feel the history and emotion of what happened here. You really start to feel and understand what birth sides were fighting for. Up the hill where Custer's Last Stand took place there are makers for where the bodies of Custer and his troops were found as well as a monument and mass grave if those who perished. You can imagine what it must have been like for them defending the hill while they had to have known they likely wouldn't survive. Nearby is a memorial to the Natives who fought in the battle. Along its walls is the story of those who fought for their lands and their way if life. This place is truly a must-visit.
  • I really enjoyed my visit there. They play a 20+ minute introductory video in the gift shop that contains all the details. Then I would suggest visiting the adjacent museum prior to the cellular tour of the battlefield. The park ranger captivated me with his lecture reenactment of the battle that took place at Little Bighorn. He had taught courses in his local high school and college, as well as, advised programs for the Discovery Channel about what happened that fateful day.
  • Travelled from Ireland specifically to visit. Very moved by this historic battlefield site. However with no Indian guided bus tour available along with an uncharacteristic lack of enthusiasm by Park Rangers, and with battlefield self guided CD's out of stock, (surely an unforgivable offence!) meant the trip of a lifetime was less than it should have been. Management should concern themselves less with parking arrangements and more with getting their house in order. They should be sent to Gettysburg to see how much more they could do to enhance the visitor experience.
  • A amazing place to learn about American history. The National Cemetery is gorgeous and extremely well kept. This National Historic Site is a incredibly sacred place so please respect it with all your heart. Your kids will enjoy the walking, the views are gorgeous and truly understanding what happened is heartbreaking
  • The museum is disappointing they give more space to the gift shop. They have thousands of artifacts that are not on display. We went there 3 times so I could see everything, and only once were we told the pass was good all week, where we could walk our dog and made us feel welcome, she was great! Most of the park rangers were rude and acted above us. I am glad I went but found things that were wrong