Join Crazy Horse Memorial In Collecting
Food For Regional Food Drives
Crazy Horse, SD – Crazy Horse Memorial® will host their annual Labor Day food drive from August 31st through September 2nd. Admission will be waived for visitors donating 3 cans of food per person for the KOTA Care and Share Food Drive, regular admission rates apply to visitors without food.
Visitors to Crazy Horse Memorial® enjoy three museums, an historic video, Korczak’s Studio-Home, Workshop, sculptures, artwork and antiques, as well as artisans in the Native American Educational and Cultural Center® and Native American Dance performances during the day at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.
Come and experience the newly updated solid state laser system that allows for a crisper and brighter show. The Legends in Light Laser Show will be shown nightly at Crazy Horse Memorial®, weather permitting, until September 29th.
We invite you to visit The Indian Museum of North America® to witness the significant changes made in the last few months. The original wing of the museum, built in 1972, displays various modern and contemporary pieces representing many artists from cultures such as the Kwakiutl, Inuit, Seminole, Lakota and Zuni. We will continually be adding items and stories in the future to carry on the mission to protect and preserve the history and culture of all North American Indians.
Please see our website for more information.
Crazy Horse Memorial is located at 12151 Avenue of the Chiefs, Crazy Horse, SD 57730-8900
About Crazy Horse Memorial
Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation’s mission is to honor, protect, and preserve the culture, traditions, and living heritage of the American Indians of North America. The Memorial fulfills its mission by continuing the progress on the world’s largest mountain sculpture, acting as a repository for Native American artifacts, arts and crafts through THE INDIAN MUSEUM OF NORTH AMERICA® and THE NATIVE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL CENTER®; and by establishing and operating THE INDIAN UNIVERSITY OF NORTH AMERICA®, and when practical, a medical training center for American Indians.