• Indian Memorial

    Little Bighorn Battlefield

    National Monument Montana

Plan Your Visit

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Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument is open year round.
Closed on the following holidays: Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.

Custer's "Last Stand" re-enactments are not held at the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument and are privately operated.

For re-enactment information contact:

  • Hardin Chamber of Commerce at (406)-665-1672
  • The Real Bird family at (406) 620-6392 or (406) 696-3227

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument announces 2014 Spring Hours and Free Entrance Fee. Click on News/Press Release in the left box for more information.

National Park Service announces 2014 National Parks Free Fee Admission Days.

For daily and 7 day local and National Weather Forecast click here Weather Forecast

There are no Ranger Interpretive talks until May.

Giuded Tours given by Crow Tribe - No guided tours until May.

The 25 minute orientation video "Triumph and Tragedy" Along the Little Bighorn" will be shown UPON REQUEST.

The navigation box on the left will help you with your questions and information.

* Directions - Get our GPS location, location on map and address.
* Operating Hours and Season - Our open and closing hours during Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter.
* Fees and Reservations - Cost of entrance fees for vehicles: large vans, commercial buses, motorcycles and individual walk in.
* Things to do - If you have one-two or more hours.
* Places to go - Museum and bookstore located in Visitors Center. Self guided walking tours, Last Stand Hill and the 4.5 mile driving tour road.
*Things to Know Before You Come
RV, Vehicle/Trailer and Commercial Bus parking
Disabled Access
Lost and Found
Place to Stay and Accommodations
Nearby Attractions

Note: In Nearby Attractions some of the Tribal websites are not available at this time.



Did You Know?

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The Battle of the Little Bighorn did not end on top of Last Stand Hill as been traditionally suggested. According to warrior accounts the fight ended in a ravine, 300-400 yards below the hill today, known as Deep Ravine.