The land now shadowed by Mount Rushmore was, up until the 1870s, called the “last great unknown.” Enrich your understanding of American growth in this vast wilderness as you immerse yourself in the discovery of Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Badlands National Park and Deadwood. Study the lives of gold seekers & sod busters, & discover the Old West before a handful of presidents made it famous.
The 60-foot granite faces of Presidents Lincoln, Jefferson, Washington, and Roosevelt overlook the Black Hills region of South Dakota. This architectural feat was made possible under the direction of Gutzon Borglum, and signifies a symbol of hope and freedom.
If you’re eager to experience one of our country’s most outstanding landmarks, check out these highlights of our Mount Rushmore National Memorial tours:
These are some of the many highlights of our National Park trips to Mount Rushmore. Browse our collection today to find an experiential learning program that interests you.
National Parks offer visitors a glimpse into the past, thanks to its untouched landscapes. However, it’s important to know how to prepare to explore Mount Rushmore National Memorial to keep this area and its wildlife protected. Some of our top National Park travel tips include:
At Road Scholar, we offer some of the best Mount Rushmore National Memorial vacations. Each of our Mount Rushmore National Memorial tours is led by a local expert who will teach you about the unique landscapes, geology, wildlife, and history of the park. You’ll also join a diverse cohort of lifelong learners, allowing you to experience the park with like-minded people and forge lasting relationships.