Planning Your Crazy Horse Memorial Visit
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Decide when to visit
Memorial Hours and Schedules - Experience a variety of events throughout the year. Please note that memorial hours vary seasonally with shorter hours in the winter months and longer hours in the summer.
Special Memorial Events - Crazy Horse Memorial is proud to host events that make your visit even more special. Come join us for a truly unique and memorable visit.
Getting to Crazy Horse Memorial - Whether you are traveling by bus, car, plane or train we've compiled some helpful transportation options, driving directions and other information.
Plan head for an amazing experiences
Plan ahead for an amazing experience
Laughing Water Restaurant - Try our one of a kind Tatanka Stew or our authentic Native American Tacos. No reservations needed walk-ins are welcome.
Special tours - Interested in getting a closer look? Crazy Horse Memorial has several family friendly tours that run daily and include an unforgettable experience.
Pricing and Admission - Crazy Horse Memorial is open 365 days a year with many seasonal offerings throughout the year.
Help during your visit
Trip Itineraries – Not sure of what your South Dakota adventure will be? Here are some suggested itineraries for visitors to the area. These day trips take you to many of the Black Hills sights, scenes & area attractions.
Parking information - There is plenty of parking available with special parking for larger vehicles (i.e., busses, vans & motorhomes). We even have special parking during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally for our friends on two wheels.
Memorial Map - Want to check out the facility prior to stopping at the gates? No problem click here to view a map of our facilities.
Guests with Disabilities – Our facility is handicap accessible, we strive to ensure all guests are accommodated at all times. Persons with disabilities who anticipate needing accommodations or who have questions about physical access may call 605-673-4681 for more information.
Guests with Pets - We welcome pets and service animals, however, make sure you know the rules first. Service animals are permitted in all areas. Leashed pets are welcome at the common areas outside the Crazy Horse Memorial visitor complex. Pets must be carried or otherwise contained while inside the Welcome Center, museums, gift shop, sculptor's home-studio and cultural center. No pets are allowed in the food service areas or on the bus rides to the bottom of the mountain. Leashed pets are allowed on the mountain carving viewing deck and the roofed, concrete floor entry leading to the deck. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets.