Public Sculptures | Black Hills & Badlands - South Dakota

Public Sculptures

Home to the world's two largest sculptures and many, many more

This is a place of big-time dreamers and do-ers and the inspired works of them. The world’s two largest sculptures are just 13 miles apart in the Black Hills: Mount Rushmore National Memorial & Crazy Horse Memorial. In addition to the mountain carvings, you will find other many other sculptures throughout the Black Hills; by acclaimed local artists and world-renown ones. There just seems to be something about this area that moves people to shape what they will; be it mountains, marble, bronze or clay. 

Here’s a compilation of other major statuary around the Black Hills.

View Monumental Works of Art

Crazy Horse Memorial
Parks & Monuments

Crazy Horse Memorial®

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Bill Clinton
Public Sculpture

Bill Clinton

John Quincy Adams
Public Sculpture

John Quincy Adams

Woodrow Wilson
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Woodrow Wilson

Franklin Pierce
Public Sculpture

Franklin Pierce

James Garfield
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James Garfield

William McKinley
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William McKinley

Theodore Roosevelt
Public Sculpture

Theodore Roosevelt

Ulysses S. Grant
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Ulysses S. Grant

James Buchanan
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James Buchanan

Harry S. Truman
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Harry S. Truman

Ronald Reagan
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Ronald Reagan

James Monroe
Public Sculpture

James Monroe

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