Check at the Visitor Center for topics, meeting time, and place.
A carver shapes a pipe bowl.
Visitors also have the opportunity to watch an award winning 22-minute film, "Pipestone: An Unbroken Legacy." The film provides perspective on the significance of Pipestone and the quarrying tradition still carried out today.
Visitors have an opportunity to interact with and learn from the pipemakers. The demonstrations are available from April to mid-October.
Did You Know?
Pipestone National Monument was the first National Park Service area in Minnesota designated by Congress and signed into existence by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on August 25, 1937.