“a riveting account of the 1890 massacre”
This museum provides a riveting account of events leading up to the massacre of 300 Lakota Indians on the Pine Ridge Reservation in December 1890. Wounded Knee the Museum is dedicated to sharing the history and remembrance of the massacre at Wounded Knee Creek. We believe the massacre at Wounded Knee represents a seminal event in American History. We also believe sharing this story will promote tolerance and mutual understanding thereby increasing opportunities for bringing cultures together. This mission is supported through visitors, like you. Wounded Knee the Museum located in Wall, South Dakota, depicts the unforgettable story that will touch your heart. The story of the Wounded Knee massacre is presented in a respectful atmosphere, where you and your family can walk through, at your own pace. Your experience will include: - Over 30 Exhibits - Remembrance Room - Model of the Massacre Site - Free Peace Feathers - Museum Store
Was closed July 2018. Hopefully will be open next time!
Closed for business. Stopped here 2021. By the grass in the parking lot I'd say it hasn't been open in years.
August 2021 it was closed. No indication when or if it will reopen
The museum is closed, they are remodeling the building, the sign isn't there for it anymore
Update the place isn't gone. It's closed for the season.
Moved - 600 Main St, Wall, SD 57790
According to tripadvisor.com this museum is closed until May of 2017 due to a fire.
Small but mighty. You hear it from the perspective of the Lakota people. Worth the time.
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