Crazy Horse to observe 31st ‘Remembrance Day’ for sculptor
On “Remembrance Day,” visitors may walk from Crazy Horse Memorial’s Welcome Center complex to the tomb area between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. after signing the guest register at the Welcome Center information desk. At the tomb area, near the mountain carving, people can pay their respects to Korczak, his daughter Anne and to James Andrew Howe, the late husband of Korczak’s daughter Monique.
Admission to Crazy Horse is always free for Native Americans, active-duty military personnel, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops in uniform and residents of Custer County, SD. For others, admission during special events is free with three cans of food per person or cash donation to benefit people served by the KOTA Care & Share Food Drive.
Crazy Horse Memorial is open every day and is just 17 miles to Mount Rushmore on the Crazy Horse Memorial Highway, U.S. 16/385 between Custer and Hill City. Call 605-673-4681 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for information.