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small museum, with great bronze statues commissioned by Kevin Costner, but the great part was this 30 minutes talk by a Lakota Indian man, about all the ways the different parts of the bison were used.
If you enjoyed Kevin Costner’s movie "Dances With Wolves" then you will surely enjoy this handsome homage to Native Americans. The magnificent bronze statue @ the entrance sets the tone: it is 1¼ life size of a bison jump; horseback Lakota Sioux driving some 9...More
We really enjoyed our visit at the museum and learned a lot from the presentation given by a Lakota native named Billy. We learned a lot about the history of Bison, the Lakota traditions and way of life, and current events. I highly recommend this...More
So glad to find this place. It is in a lovely setting not far from Deadwood. If you are, like me, obsessed with Bison,, you will love it.
First you can watch a short film about Kevin Costner's dream to build a resort here, and...More
Very interesting place. The presenter was very interesting had a lot to say. We learned many things about the Lakota traditions. It was an eye opening experience to hear history events described by a different point of view.
I had this on my list of places to go, and we barely made it in enough time before they closed for the day (we spent much longer in Wyoming than we anticipated). Due to closing in less than an hour, we understandably didn’t get...More
The attraction and the guide "Phil" were outstanding. Certainly five stars are warranted. BUT one employee was unbelievably rude and obnoxious. She literally screamed at my 69 year old wife for having brought in her wallet in a tiny velvet bag and very much upset...More
2 miles north from downtown Deadwood on US 85, open every day 9-5. Plan to spend about a hour. If you are interested in the sculptures and other stuff, skip the lecture as it is somewhat long and dull for kids.