Tomb of the Unknown Soldier - Garryowen

The remains of this unknown trooper were found in 1926 prior to the 50th Anniversary of the Custer Battle. Presumed to have been one of Major Reno's men, one of the first Seventh Cavalry men killed in the opening phase of the battle in the river valley near Garryowen, Montana. Apparently high water in the spring following the famed battle, caused the soldier's body to be buried, and it was not found until the road crew building the US 87 Highway uncovered it 50 years later. Now 125 years after the Battle of the Little Big Horn the Custer Battlefield Museum unveiled a new 'Peace Monument' which is located behind the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Featured on each side of the Granite Peace Monument is a bronze sculpture of Sitting Bull and General George Armstrong Custer.

http://www.custermuseum.org
info@custermuseum.org

Mailing Address
Not Available

Street Address
4185 Garryowen Road
Garryowen,  MT 59031

Phone: 406-638-1876
Fax: 406-638-2019

From I-90 use Exit 514 into Garryowen.

Season
All Year

Hours
Memorial Day - Labor Day: Daily 9:00am - 8:00pmSeptember - May: Daily 9:00am - 5:00pm

Payments
American Express, Discover, Master Card, Personal Check (In State), Personal Check (Out Of State), Travelers Checks, Visa

Reservations
Group Reservations Required, Walk-Ins Welcome

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