Visiting the mountain sculpture honoring American Indians
“My fellow chiefs and I would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes, too” … said by Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear.
These are the words Chief Henry Standing Bear wrote to sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski in 1939 urging him to visit the Black Hills and carve a mountain sculpture honoring American Indians. Fifty-five years after Ziolkowski began carving Crazy Horse Memorial, his family continues the dream and work progresses on the world’s largest mountain sculpture. When finished, Crazy Horse will stand 641 feet long and 563 feet high.
Regular admission fees:
$12 – 1 person in a vehicle
$24 – 2 persons in a vehicle
$30 – 3 or more people in a vehicle
$7 – per person on motorcycle
$7 – per person on bicycle
$7 – person walking in
No Parking Fee.