It is the passion and promise of Indian Battle Tours, LLC. to educate people about the treatment of Native People of this continent by the hostile actions of the United States Government. This is the Native Perspective.
Indian Battle Tours, LLC. provides historical interpretive tours from the Native perspective of battles from the Plains Indian War Era in American History. We are located in Crow Agency, Montana.
Battle of Little Bighorn
Battle of the Rosebud
Pryor Creek Battle
Powwow Cultural Tours
Indian Battle Tours values our customers and provides quality customer service, on time service, and historical interpretation from a Native perspective.
See the trail the Natives took to get to the Little Bighorn River and the movements of where the soldiers followed. See where the Native encampment was located, and where the soldiers attacked, all outside the boundaries of the National Monument. The tour continues and concludes inside the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument all from the comfort of your own vehicle with a step on guide.
Tour Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument for one hour and listen to the events that unfolded from the comfort of your own vehicle with a step on guide.
See where General George Crook was attacked by the Allied Tribes in Southeast Montana at the Battle of the Rosebud site. In the comfort of your own vehicle with a step on guide. This tour is 3 hours.
See where Captain William J Fetterman led 80 men to their death pursuing a contingent of Lakota warriors, Museum at Fort Phil Kearny, Wagon Box Fight, and the Briton Museum located in Northern Wyoming in the comfort of your own vehicle with a step on guide. This tour is 3 hours.
See where the original Fort Smith was located and where hay cutters were attacked at the Hayfield Fight located in Southeast Montana in the comfort of your own vehicle with a step on guide. This tour is 3 hours.
See where the Crow faced total annihilation by the Lakota, Cheyenne, and Arapaho tribes yet came out victorious at the Pryor Creek Battle. See the Plenty Coups Museum. This tour is 2 hours.
See a Montana Powwow and learn the social dancing styles of contemporary tribes of today. This tour can be 5 hours for $500 or an all-day tour for $1000.
Call to inquire on which Montana Tribal Reservation Celebration and Dates.
If you have any questions or special requests don't hesitate to email or call.