Crazy Horse Memorial

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O V E R V I E W
Facility:Crazy Horse Memorial
Description:Indian Museum with artifacts and a large monument to Crazy Horse. Tribal Flag Collection, Native American Education center.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:12151 Avenue of the Chiefs
Address 2:
City:Crazy Horse
State/Province:SD
Zip Code:57730-8900
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:During the winter season, from mid-October to mid-May, Crazy Horse Memorial's visitor complex is open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. After 5 during the winter season, the mountain viewing area at the parking lot is open until dark, and the mountain is lighted for one hour.

From mid-May to the Memorial Day weekend, the Crazy Horse Memorial visitor complex opens at 8 a.m. and Laughing Water Restaurant extends dinner service to 7 p.m. The mountain carving is lighted for one hour after dark during this period.

From the Memorial Day weekend holiday in late May through mid-October, the Crazy Horse Memorial visitor complex is open from 8 a.m. until dark, when the Legends in Light laser-light show on the mountain carving begins. The restaurant serves dinner until 8 p.m.

On weekends from mid-October through mid-June, admission is free with three cans of food per person for the KOTA Care & Share Food Drive.
Admission:$10 - Adults - Under 6-years of age - FREE
or $27 for a carload, whichever is better for you.
Telephone:(605) 673-4681
Website:Visit Website
R E V I E W S
E. Nickel, Co-op Member
Absolutely Awesome!! We went for the museum and were given a pass good for 3 days to come back for the laser light show after dark. The museum was great- with an excellent movie explaining how the design and building of the monument was being done. The exhibits were interesting enough for all our ages- from 2-44, and there was a bus ride up to the base- we skipped that part. We came back for the laser light show the next night and ate at the restaurant on site- great food at an amazing price, and then watched the show-- history narrative included. It was a great experience!
E. Nickel, Co-op Member
Absolutely Awesome!! We went for the museum and were given a pass good for 3 days to come back for the laser light show after dark. The museum was great- with an excellent movie explaining how the design and building of the monument was being done. The exhibits were interesting enough for all our ages- from 2-44, and there was a bus ride up to the base- we skipped that part. We came back for the laser light show the next night and ate at the restaurant on site- great food at an amazing price, and then watched the show-- history narrative included. It was a great experience!
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