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®

View the Area's Public Sculptures

George Washington
Public Sculpture

George Washington

Andrew Johnson
Public Sculpture

Andrew Johnson

George W. Bush
Public Sculpture

George W. Bush

Jimmy Carter
Public Sculpture

Jimmy Carter

James Madison
Public Sculpture

James Madison

Herbert Hoover
Public Sculpture

Herbert Hoover

George Bush Sr.
Public Sculpture

George Bush Sr.

William McKinley
Public Sculpture

William McKinley

Franklin Pierce
Public Sculpture

Franklin Pierce

Abraham Lincoln
Public Sculpture

Abraham Lincoln

Thomas Jefferson
Public Sculpture

Thomas Jefferson

William Howard Taft
Public Sculpture

William Howard Taft

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