Crazy Horse Memorial is the world's largest mountain carving in progress, between Custer & Hill City on Hwy 16/385, The Crazy Horse Memorial Hwy. Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski & Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear officially started Crazy Horse Memorial June 3, 1948. The Memorial's mission is to honor the culture, tradition & living heritage of North American Indians.
The Foundation demonstrates its commitment to this endeavor by continuing the process on the world's largest sculptural undertaking by carving a memorial of Lakota leader Crazy Horse; by providing educational and cultural programming; by acting as a repository for American Indian artifacts, arts and crafts through the Indian useum of North American and the Native American Educational & Cultural Center; and by establishing and operating the Indian University of North American and, when practival, a medical training center for American Indians.
For 2012 Events click here: images/pdfs/crazy horse memorial events 2012.pdf
Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation
12151 Avenue of the Chiefs
Crazy Horse, SD 57730-8900