This was our second trip to Crazy horse, the last time being 2010. We are very impressed with the staff there. They do all they can to make your visit memorable. You can go up to the face of the monument but it costs. We felt the money was worth the experience. Korsack's family is passionate about this project and several of his ten children are involved with it today. It says a lot about the family that they would not take Government funds to finish the project. This is a labor of love for the family. Ruth Ziolkowski, Korsack's wife, is one of the most selfless people I have ever met! She has started an Indian College on the property and hopes to continue to expand it . I take offense to the man who says that they are ripping off the Indians again. Many Sioux Indians display and sell their works inside the museum. Some have written books on the Sioux and would love to talk with you and share their stories. I highly recommend it. It's an amazing story and an amazing place!!
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