Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota

Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School

  • Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
  • Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
  • Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
  • Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
  • Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
  • Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
  • Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
    Lakota Culture and Art Tours at Red Cloud Indian School
100 Mission Dr.
Pine Ridge, SD 57770
(605) 867-5491

Learn the history of the Lakota people and experience the vibrancy of Lakota arts & culture today. Tour our historic campus, where Chief Red Cloud is laid to rest. Experience Native art exhibits in The Heritage Center fine arts gallery & support local artists by purchasing authentic Native-made goods.

Red Cloud Indian School is situated in the beautiful rolling hills of the Pine Ridge Reservation, southwest of the majestic Badlands and just north of the Nebraska border. Your guided tour includes a walk around campus, including visiting Chief Red Cloud’s memorial gravesite and a look inside our award-winning Holy Rosary Church, which honors both the Catholic and Lakota values that have shaped Red Cloud’s history.

After a formally guided tour, guests can view Lakota and other Native American fine arts in The Heritage Center’s gallery and purchase handmade jewelry and other Lakota arts in our onsite gift shop. During the summer, visitors can experience the Red Cloud Indian Art Show—the largest and longest-running Native art exhibition of its kind and one of only a few held in an indigenous community.

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