Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

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  • Scott D.
    "We caught the Ranger talk and it was excellent."(2 Tips)
    Carla J.
    "Little Bighorn Battlefield"(2 Tips)
    BarbaraKB
    "Little Big Horn College a *must"(2 Tips)
    Chad H.
    "A must see that is super convenient off the highway."(2 Tips)
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  • Lizzie B.
    Lizzie BordenAugust 27
    Great ranger talk
  • Chad H.
    A great lesson in American history. A must see that is super convenient off the highway.
  • Kelly V.
    Kelly VaughnApril 29
    Very sad place. You can feel the sorrow, if you listen to the grass...death was truly here in 1876
  • Rob "Gringobaby" M.
    Rob "Gringobaby" MeekinsApril 4, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Custer's famous last words after being told he was trespassing on Indian land,"So Sioux Me"!!! Obviously, the Indians took him literally!!!
  • C-SPAN
    C-SPANOctober 14, 2013
    Little Big Horn is the only battlefield in the US that uses white markers to indicate where soldiers were killed on the field and later buried. Check out this C-SPAN video for more info. Read more
  • Rita L.
    Rita LadanyJuly 8, 2013
    Free after 6:30
  • Jay T.
    Jay ThomasMay 9, 2013
    Don't bring a knife to a gun fight
  • Carla J.
    Carla JeanFebruary 26, 2012
    Said To Be Haunted, The Little Bighorn Battlefield Is An Incredible Place To Learn & See The Preserved History Of Our West!!
  • Rachel T.
    Rachel TatumJanuary 22, 2012
    A LOT of great history here!! Worth the stop!
  • American Experience
    American ExperienceSeptember 28, 2011
    On June 26, 1876, near the Little Bighorn River in Montana Territory, Gen George Armstrong Custer ordered his soldiers to drive back a large army of Lakota and Cheyenne warriors. [CUSTER'S LAST STAND]
  • DangerGirl
    DangerGirlAugust 20, 2011
    Try the Indian taco!
  • may c.
    may cAugust 10, 2011
    There's a guided tour that costs $. You can also roam on your own.
  • Scott D.
    Scott DavidsonJuly 25, 2011
    Right off the highway and easy access. We caught the Ranger talk and it was excellent.
  • Austin E.
    Austin EnglandJune 3, 2011
    Very intriguing. Definitely look at how many American memorials there are.
  • Elizabeth D.
    Elizabeth DavisAugust 10, 2010
    Dogs are not allowed out of car
  • BarbaraKB
    BarbaraKBAugust 9, 2010
    Apsaalooke Tours from Little Big Horn College a *must* to understand Indian perspective on this battle.
  • Robert J.
    Robert JacksonJune 26, 2010
    Been here 5+ times
    Don't ride across the landscape in wool. Fording the river gets your boots soaked, and stay damp the next day. The sun is peeking over the bluffs before 0500. It's very cold st night.
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