Native American Attractions

Visit one of several Indian reservations, where you can watch powwows and learn about local legend and history.

Bighorn Medicine Wheel

Bighorn Medicine Wheel

While traveling in Wyoming, plan a stop at the Bighorn Medicine Wheel. Read More...

The Sacajawea gravesite flanked by the graves of her two sons, Bazil and Jean Baptiste.

Sacajawea’s Secret Gravesite

In 1804, Lewis & Clark chose Sacajawea as their guide and interpreter for their expedition. Read about her controversial life and the debate about where she is buried Read More...

Wind River Powwow. Courtesy Photo

See a Powwow Near Yellowstone

Learn more about the rich heritage of Native American culture at an Indian Powwow, a social event that attracts tribal members from across the country. Read More...

St. Stephens Mission Church

St. Stephens Mission on the Wind River Reservation

In the mid-1800s, the U.S. Peace Policy called for religious men to teach Christianity to native tribes. Visit the still-active St. Stephens Church decorated with Native American art on the Wind River Reservation. Read More...

Cheyenne Reservation

Visit a Native American Reservation

Native American history flourishes in Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, where a dozen Indian reservations are located. Read More...

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Visit Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota

The place where dreams come true has an address: Crazy Horse Memorial in S Dakota. It honors Crazy Horse, the legendary Lakota leader, and his people. Read More...

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Visit Fort Hall Reservation

Established by the Fort Bridger Treaty of 1868 as a 1.8-million acre homeland for the four distinct bands of Shoshone and one Northern Paiute band, the Bannock, that once inhabited this region. Read More...

The Eastern Shoshone Indian Days Powwow and Rodeo on the Wind River Indian Reservation. Photo by Jennie Hutchinson

Wind River Country – Native American History, Mountain Recreation

Enjoy powwows, rodeos, hiking and camping among 53 mountain peaks before heading on the easiest, most scenic route to Yellowstone and the Tetons. Read More...

Little Bighorn Memorial

Yellowstone Country Is Indian Country

Yellowstone National Park area is full of Indian lore and reservations to explore. Read More...