“located on the Little Bighorn Battlefield”
The Custer Battlefield Museum is located on the Little Bighorn Battlefield at Garryowen, MT. It features the largest collection of David F. Barry photographs, as well as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Peace Memorial. Museum dedicated to promoting the history of the Battle of the Little Big Horn and the Western Migration.
Closed due to COVID. Very unfortunate because I would’ve loved to spend money in the gift shop.
At first glance, I was wary to enter. It was early morning and I wasn't sure when I saw the building that I had it correct. The resounding positive reviews is what brought me inside and I am so glad it did.
There are no cameras allowed inside so that's why there are no pictures on reviews. It was a very informative visit into the warriors who fought in the Battle of Little Big Horn. Great collections of photographs (Fred E. Miller and David F. Barry) and one-of-a-kind artifacts.
The museum is quick off the interstate and I would highly recommend a visit if you have about 45 mins to spare in your travels.
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Custer Battlefield Museum
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