I visit this site every chance I get. To me I learn something new each and every time. I seldom listen to the ranger talks - but rather go off on my own based upon what I have read and heard. Such a monumental thing happened here in 1876. Don't go in the heat of summer - temperatures can reach... 更多
Hands on outside exhibits with a speaker explaining what really happened at the battle. There is a small yet outstanding museum that is air conditioned. Explore the battle field, stay on the path and NO pets.
The rolling hills and solitude of this battlefield is the perfect setting to honor those who laid down their lives to defend their way of life. Be sure to sit and listen to the Park Rangers description of what took place here so many years ago. The whole area is hallowed ground for sure. This National Monument is a must... 更多
Very informative visit - throw away any preconceived ideas on what happened here in 1876. We took the bus tour (run by members of the Crow tribe) and got a totally different perspective of the battle. They are still adding new information to this monument and it's also a National Cemetery. For the bus tour be sure to bring cash... 更多
Very well done displays and presentations on what occurred at this sight. Take the tour offered by the tribe if you have time. It is an hour and costs about ten dollars. Walking tour is available via your cell phone by dialing a number and pressing the corresponding sit number.
I love history but I could not have seen this coming. Before you start touring the battlefield you have to watch the video in the visitor center. It is worth it. One of the best. Very moving movie. I really had no idea how or why the battle went down. The battlefield is easy to tour. Because it is very... 更多
This location also features a military cemetery. This was the first place I visited - and found it sad to see so many graves without names. Moving on there is an option for a walk around the battlefield near the visitor centre or a drive around more distant locations. I opted to drive first which gives a good overview. The... 更多
We watched the video and took our time looking in the museum at the artifacts from the battlefield. It was very moving to see these things and the video was also pretty profound. What I did not expect was the depth this would affect me. I went into the ladies room and cried my heart out before going out to... 更多
Attended the Memorial Day Service today! Full military honors, great speaker, and very nice local participation. Visitor Center is well done. Excellent movie. Do not miss the audio tour....you can dial a phone number or scan a Barcode to listen to 30 segments as you tour the park. The interpretive story is well done.
Located right off I-90 in Eastern Montana, I enjoyed stopping at this Monument to discover how and what really happened here so long ago. Very educational and moving. The Battlefield is fenced in, the spot where Custer fell is marked and there is also a Monument imparting the wisdom of some of the great Chiefs. There is another cemetary from... 更多