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Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

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Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument

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Kimberly M wrote a review 11 Jan
Arkansas City, Kansas298 contributions55 helpful votes
We spent the entire day here, seeing everything we could and doing the tour which uses your phone. I so wish stupid Covid weren't around because I would love to have seen the museum. Thankfully we were able to see a film at the trading post that gave us the information we missed by not having the museum to visit. (The 14 year old said it was all "boring" and went to sleep in the back of the van. One day he'll regret this.)
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Date of experience: August 2020
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teacher91 wrote a review Nov 2020
Temple, Texas10,124 contributions192 helpful votes
This was a *must do* for the Mr. and I. We were driving from South Dakota to Yellowstone and made this stop because we love history. I had called ahead and was told while no tours were available, I could call a number at each site and get information about what we were seeing. Unfortunately the number didn't work. We read what we could on booklets when provided and on the various placards scattered around. I just don't think we got the full experience. Dang it CoVid.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Creeping_Death_LA wrote a review Nov 2020
Los Angeles, California3,794 contributions431 helpful votes
Due to the ongoing C19 pandemic even the parking lot has distancing between cars which I think is ridiculous. Some people will be wearing masks while they walk around the paths but since you are in the outdoors I see no need for masks. The area is well marked and the sign displaying the historic information around the pathways is worth reading. If you collect the stamps for the US Parks booklet you will only get a copy of the seal on a cut piece of paper. A ranger leaves them taped along the wall next to the entrance of the building.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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AZSusan16 wrote a review Oct 2020
Mesa, Arizona37 contributions4 helpful votes
It was a nice fall morning, the Visitor Center was closed because of Covid, but the park was well marked with signs and there was a phone number on each sign to call for more information about each site. It was nice to see the history and location of this famous encounter. Beautiful scenery.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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vaughanm1976 wrote a review Oct 2020
Amarillo, Texas326 contributions167 helpful votes
The visitor center was closed due to Covid19 but I took the driving tour of the battlefield. They have a narrated history of the battle which you listen to on your cell phone which correspond to the numbers on the route. Very informative. It was not too crowded the day I was there so I had no trouble parking and listening to the narrative. However the parking areas were very small and I wondered how it would work if the battlefield road was crowded. There are spots where you can get out and walk away from the road but most stops you cannot. I noted some people taking a hiking trail down toward the river from the parking lot at the visitor center.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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