The Mount Rushmore & More Tour is an 8-hour tour originating from Rapid City. As you make your way through the Black Hills, your driver/guide will provide interesting narration, answer questions and provide you with information of what to do and see at your attraction stops. The first destination will be Mount Rushmore National Memorial. Explore this “Shrine of Democracy” depicting four of the most prominent presidents of the first 150 years of the United States. You will discover the Eighth Wonder of the World at Crazy Horse Memorial. It is the world’s largest mountain carving and is a memorial for all Native American tribes. Next, travel into Custer State Park which is one of the World’s Top Ten Wildlife Destinations. It is known for its bison herds, begging burros and other wildlife. Take in the scenery and marvel at the beauty of Iron Mountain Road. You will wind over stacked loops of wooden bridges known as the pigtails and through one-lane tunnels that perfectly frame Mount Rushmore in the distance. Pick up: 7:10-8:00 am Length of Tour: 8 hrs **TOUR PACKAGE INCLUDES: Mount Rushmore Parking Fee Crazy Horse Memorial Gate Admission Custer State Park with Iron Mountain Road Gate Admission Driver narration and transportation **TOUR PACKAGE EXCLUDES: Lunch/Beverages. There will be a lunch break scheduled in Custer, SD. Driver/Guide Gratuity TOUR HIGHLIGHTS: Black Hills National Forest Mount Rushmore Walking Trail Sculptor’s Studio at Mount Rushmore Lincoln Borglum Museum at Mount Rushmore Avenue of Flags at Mount Rushmore Indian Museum of America at Crazy Horse Native American Indian Educational and Cultural Center at Crazy Horse Korczaks Studio and Home at Crazy Horse Black Elk Peak Wildlife of Custer State Park such as buffalo, burros, and more Three tight tunnels on Iron Mountain Road w/views of Mt. Rushmore Pig tail Bridges on Iron Mountain Road Min # of People: 1 Vehicle: Motor Coach Special Instructions: Please call Dakota Tours 48 Hours prior to confirm your hotel pickup time, 605-342-4461. Pickup is only at certain Rapid City Hotels/Motels and Rushmore Borglum Story in Keystone.