Places To Go

Custer National Cemetery markers with the Stonehouse to the right.

Custer National Cemetery

On July 1, 1940, the management of the cemetery was transferred from the War Department to the Department of the Interior.

Indian Memorial metal artwork showing warriors as they ride into battle.

Indian Memorial

The Indian Memorial was built to honor all of the tribes defending their way of life at the Battle.

7th Calvary Memorial

7th Calvary Memorial

By 1881, a memorial was erected in honor of the Seventh U.S. Cavalrymen who perished on the battlefield.

The tour road allows visitors to travel from the Visitor Center to the Reno-Benteen Memorial.

Explore the Battlefield

From the Visitor Center drive the tour road to retrace the steps of the Battle through multiple audio tour stops and exhibits.

Custer and Sitting Bull display.

Little Bighorn Battlefield Museum

Check out the Little Bighorn Battlefield Museum.

Deep Ravine Trail with two markers on the edge of the trail and mixed grass prairie on both sides.

Deep Ravine Trail

Stretch your legs and learn more about the Battle of the Little Bighorn along our Deep Ravine Trail.

Pathway leading up to the Reno-Beenteen Memorial

Reno-Benteen Defense Site

Start or end your driving tour at the Reno-Benteen Memorial. Take a walk around the Reno-Benteen defensive site, and learn about the battle.

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
P.O. Box 39

Crow Agency, MT 59022-0039


(406) 638-2621

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