- Adventures OnSite and Nearby -
FOOD - COFFEE - SHOPPING - LODGING - TOURS - CROW CULTURE
Wellknown Buffalo Living Culture Campus (WKB) is conveniently located on the frontage road of I-90 east of Billings, Montana. Its proximity to Little Big Horn Battlefield and Warrior Trail Highway 12 makes it the perfect stop for tourists, history buffs, and Native artists. Tourists on their way to our incredible Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks, will find that their visit at Wellknown Buffalo Living Culture Campus is the perfect introduction to historical Montana.
Whether you are booking a stay, stopping for coffee, food or shopping, our campus is a rare opportunity for travelers to broaden their perspective on western history and experience contemporary Crow life on the reservation.
WKB welcomes artists and often hosts them for limited stays, art shows and art classes. Our gift shop has an everchanging selection of authentic art, pottery, jewelry and sculptures by artists from numerous tribes. Whether you are drawn to traditional beading or contemporary artists, WKB has something for everyone.
Artist in Residence
Artists from diverse tribes across North America
Artist in Residence
On Our Campus
Traditional Knowledge Sharing, Activities and Workshops:
Singing, Dancing, Drumming, Storytelling, Parading, Regalia,
Beading and other Arts
Traditional Herbs and Plants
Sacred Places, Spiritual Ways and Ceremony
Crow Fair "Tipi Capitol of the World"
Crow Native Days
Language Lessons Cultural Excursions
Authentic Native Arts
Wellknown Buffalo Gift Shop features an ever changing array of authentic jewelry, art and sculpture by Native American artists both contemporary and traditional. For an additional fee, our guests can take classes with the artist in residence at the time of their stay.
Guided horse interactions for beginners.
Trail Rides - We can connect you with experienced Local Wranglers who will take you for a fun ride and stop in at our cafe for coffee, boxed lunch or ice cream treats. Our guests have extraordinary horseback access to the Battlefield from our site.
We also have pasture space for lodging guests traveling with their own horses. (Additional fee)
2022 Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument
On five days in 2022, all National Park Service sites that charge an entrance fee will offer free admission to everyone. Mark your calendar:
January 17: Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr.
April 16: First day of National Park Week
August 4: Anniversary of the Great American Outdoors Act
September 24: National Public Lands Day
November 11: Veterans Day
Baa sap baat baa wuk
(We will Have Fun)
Little Big Horn Battlefield
Big Horn River-
Yellow Tail Dam-
Red Lodge, MT