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Travel Blogs from Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse Travel Blogs (16)
Now to the Rockies, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Now to the Rockies

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

We'd planned to spend 3 days in Rocky National Park but having never been there before were unsure of what exactly we would do. Then in Minnesota, Crawford called asking me to please attend a workshop in Dallas, they would pay all expenses. This would ...

Crazy Horse & Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Crazy Horse & Mt. Rushmore

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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8 years ago we came thru this area on our way to Mt. Rushmore passing the Crazy Horse sculpture. We didn't stop because we did not want to spend too much extra money but did take photos from the road. Since that time we learned that the Crazy Horse ...

The Great Lakota - Crazy Horse, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

The Great Lakota - Crazy Horse

A travel blog entry by boyers

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... along with a fried bread and it was excellent. From there we decided to try the lighting at Mount Rushmore as the lighting at Crazy Horse was cancelled due to the fog. Although the ceremony went on as scheduled you could not see the presidents.  We ...

Sep 12, 2012, Crazy Horse, United States travel blog

Sep 12, 2012

A travel blog entry by stanandkirsty

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Attractions in Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse Attractions (3)
Crazy Horse Memorial

Crazy Horse Memorial

4.00

12151 Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, South Dakota, United States

When finally completed, this monument depicting Chief Crazy Horse on his steed will be 641 feet long by 563 feet high, the largest sculpture in the world.

Native American Educational and Cultural Center

Native American Educational and Cultural Center

4.50

Crazy Horse, South Dakota, United States

A cultural center with Native American art, photographs and exhibits.

Orientation and Communications Center

Orientation and Communications Center

4.50

Crazy Horse, South Dakota, United States

A visitors center at the base of Crazy Horse Memorial with short films honoring Native Americans.