Visitors at Crazy Horse Memorial November 19, 2014, were able to witness progress as a blast removed 125 tons of granite from the Mountain at the 340 bench. Please visit our gallery for photos from previous blasts and events at the Memorial http://crazyhorsememorial.org/photo-gallery/.
The Brunk Collection of Western Apache Bi-chrome Basketry The rich and vibrate culture of the Western Apache people is one that can be told through the delicate detail of every woven basket created by hand from an Indigenous culture which passed down the tradition of weaving from one generation to the next. Basket weaving [...]
CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL WILL HOST A SUNDANCE FESTIVAL FILM IN A SPECIAL FREE SHOWING NOVEMBER 20th IN THE MEMORIAL’S DIGITAL THEATERS
Crazy Horse, SD – Crazy Horse Memorial has been selected as the site of one of the special showings of a special new film. The film from Executive Producer Robert Redford follows three young Native Americans, an adopted girl, a rebellious father-to-be, and a promiscuous teen, as they strive to escape the hardships of life [...]
Crazy Horse Memorial has progressed through a great many changes and stages of transformation since the June 3rd, 1948, dedication of the one-of-a-kind educational and humanitarian project. What began as a dream, turned into a friendship sealed with promise, and continues to unfold as a story unlike any other, has now entered its fourth era [...]
Crazy Horse Memorial would like to congratulate ticket winner #763 for the Commemorative Model 94 rifle.
Crazy Horse Memorial would like to congratulate ticket winner #763 for the Commemorative Model 94 rifle. The drawing was held October 20, 2014. For more information please call the Memorial at 605-673-4681.
The decade between 2003 and 2013 was one of advancement on the dream of Crazy Horse Memorial – specifically on the three major goals of the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation, which include the mountain carving, the museum, and the university/medical training center. In addition, during this time, notoriety of and support for the project continued [...]
Opened in 2000, some fifty-two years after the original dedication of Crazy Horse Memorial, the 40,000 square foot Crazy Horse Memorial Welcome Center, which was designed and built to maintain the architectural integrity of the original museum building, became the main entrance to the visitor’s complex. Today, the Welcome Center, a beautiful structure constructed of [...]
CELEBRATION OF NATIVE AMERICANS’ DAY AT CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL TO INCLUDE A SPECIAL PROGRAM FEATURING THE SOUTH DAKOTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Crazy Horse, SD – “We can’t turn back the clock. We can only turn to the future together. What we can do as leaders, both Native American and white, is teach others that we can change attitudes.” These were the words of South Dakota Governor George S. Mickelson at the very first Native Americans’ Day, [...]
Crazy Horse, SD-Crazy Horse Memorial has received the Great Service and Mickelson Star Service Designation for 2015. This is the third year in a row that the Crazy Horse team has received this designation for outstanding visitor service from the South Dakota Department of Tourism. Crazy Horse Memorial has met the requirements for designation as a [...]
The years between 1999 and 2002 saw progress in two main areas of the Crazy Horse Memorial project – the carving and the visitor’s center. This period of progress also brought about a public rededication by the Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation to the original mission and goals of the 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. In 1999, [...]