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“custer last stand”

Custer Battlefield Trading Post
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Reviewed 3 September 2013

this is an awsome stop if going through montana, wyoming area, its really interesting to see how this battle was executed , its easy tro understand the history while listening then getting to go on the trail custe actually took to his death and his men, plus the food is great across the road and the indian art is beautiful and the jewlery is handmade

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Reviewed 2 September 2013

We stayed nearby in our RV to tour the Battlefield, and the campground staff recommended this place. We thought it was a tourist joint -wrong! The food and service were great and the restaurant was filled with a mx of tourists, local Crow Indians, ranchers,etc having Sunday lunch. We ordered Indian Tacos with great fry bread you finish off with honey. The shop had a huge range of merchandise...tourist goodies but also fine quality Pendleton goods with beautiful Indian motifs. Very friendly staff, lovely restrooms. Marvelous spot, right across from the Park Service entrance to Little Big Horn.

3  Thank stcroixwriter
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Reviewed 27 August 2013

What a great place to find those wonderful things to purchase while on vacation. The Indian jewelry is stunning and the prices range from moderate to expensive!

Was able to find several piece to purchase as well as a wooden bison!

Great stop!

2  Thank LYNN J
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Reviewed 7 October 2012

Unfortunately we couldn't eat at the café (too late for lunch, too early for dinner). We did, however, spend a long time in the shop. Superb Plains Indians craftsmanship alongside cheaper, touristy stuff (careful, not all genuine Indian). The beadwork and quillwork for sale are beautiful!

3  Thank Frenchie29
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Reviewed 1 December 2011

Review mentioning KFC is NOT the Trading Post, but shopping center next door. Trading Post is almost directly across from National Monument entrance and looks like a Wooden Fort, complete with wagons, tepees, and 7th Cavalry guidons flying. Fun place for a simple lunch - nothing fancy, but nice selection with some American Indian items on the menu. Trading Post is much larger inside than it appears, so lots of items to see and shopping is excellent. Hard not to pick up something from this fascinating area. Stop here before, during or after your battlefield tours. There is no food service in the Battlefield area or Visitors' Center.

3  Thank Jnjtiger
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