The Custer Battlefield, where the famous Battle of the Little Big Horn (Custer's Last Stand) took place. On June 25 and 26 1876, Lt. Col. Custer and his elite soldiers of the 7th. cavalry - 263 men - died here, fighting more than 2000 warriors of the Lakota, Cheyenne and other tribes. The sight can be visited and a little museum tells the stories through guided tours, short movies, collected artifacts and pictures. Every year (around the 25th and 26th of june), the descendants of the same tribal leaders and warriors who lived and fought during that time and told the story, organize a reenactment as well. If you are with us during that time, we take you to visit and see where it all happened.