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Crazy Horse Memorial®

Crazy Horse Memorial®  is the world's largest sculpture-in-progress, and frequent drilling and mountain blasts make each visit unique. When completed, Crazy Horse Memorial will stand 563 feet tall by 641 feet long. The project was started in 1948 at the request of Chief Henry Standing Bear who invited sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski to carve a mountain to honor the heritage, tradition, and culture of North American Indians. Its namesake, Crazy Horse, was a war leader of the Oglala Lakota Tribe and a prominent leader in the Sioux resistance to white encroachment on the Black Hills. His bravery and skill are greatly admired, and he is revered by the Sioux as one of their greatest leaders.  

12151 Ave of Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD 57730

Place Type

Parks & Monuments

Phone

605-673-4681

Hours

Mon-Fri 8AM - 5PM

Website

crazyhorsememorial.org

Upcoming Events

Legends in Light Laser Show at Crazy Horse Memorial®

"Legends in Light” the Crazy Horse Memorial® multimedia laser-light show is presented nightly, at dark, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The...

8/2 9:30pm
Legends in Light Laser Show at Crazy Horse Memorial®

"Legends in Light” the Crazy Horse Memorial® multimedia laser-light show is presented nightly, at dark, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The...

8/3 9:30pm
Legends in Light Laser Show at Crazy Horse Memorial®

"Legends in Light” the Crazy Horse Memorial® multimedia laser-light show is presented nightly, at dark, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The...

8/4 9:30pm
Talking Circle Speaker Series

Join us Thursday evenings at Crazy Horse Memorial® for the Talking Circle Speaker Series. Native artists, performers, and culture bearers share their...

8/5 6:30pm
Legends in Light Laser Show at Crazy Horse Memorial®

"Legends in Light” the Crazy Horse Memorial® multimedia laser-light show is presented nightly, at dark, from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. The...

8/5 9:30pm

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Crazy Horse Memorial® posted a photo 2/6/2019