Crazy Horse Memorial
Amazing museums and carving for anyone interested in Native American History. Born in 1840 along Rapid Creek, Crazy Horse rose to become one of the most powerful and most recognized Native American figures of the Lakota Indian Tribe, second only to Sitting Bull. Cemented in history as a Native…
Crazy Horse culture museum tells the story of the Native Americans here in this land & their desire to see their heritage preserved in stone.
The largest current mountain carving! Learn more about the local tribes of Native Americans and their legacy in the Black Hills of South Dakota!
Now here's a "crazy" monument - this singular stone face commemorating the life and achievements of the Native American Crazy Horse, is larger than the entirety of Mt Rushmore - and that's just his face! Intricate stonework carved out by pure volunteer work, you can walk up the mountain and view it…