I have been to Mt Rushmore multiple times but had never stopped into the historical center. It was awesome to learn about the history of the man who made the mountain possible.
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Wonderfull self guided audio tour learning about Gutzon Borglum. Well worth the hour or so to go through. Employees were extremely courteous and helpful.
You are better off skipping this if you are visiting Mount Rushmore. They have the same amount or more information at the visitor center there' Place is old, kind of smelly with employees that don't know more about Mt. Rushmore that you do
This tiny place was set up choppily, uninforming, old and unkempt. The staff were not helpful in answering questions or even figuring out how much to charge us.
Everybody who goes into the Black Hills wants to see Mt Rushmore and yes, it is a visitors destination with lots to see and do. But, complete your journey to the area with an equally important visit to the Borglum Historical Center in Keystone. The...More
The Gutzon Borglum Historical Centre in Keystone is a must see before touring Mount Rushmore. Learn the story of the sculptor who carved the faces on Mount Rushmore. The centre displays models, tools and explains how the carving was done. Borglum started the work when...More
I am so glad that we took the time to tour this exhibit. It provided fascinating information on the brilliant sculptor responsible for Mount Rushmore. I strongly recommend that anyone planning to see Mount Rushmore should come here also.
We did not intend to go to this particular museum (does not look like much from the outside), but we glad that we did...the audio tour was very educational and gave us historical background information about the sculpture of Mount Rushmore and other monuments. Being...More
The Borglum Historical Center in Keystone gives a little more insight into the man and his ideas and shows you some of his other works of art. An audio tour and a short film augment the many displays to look at. Be sure to ask...More
Outstanding information. Very limited hours of operation. Fun to have picture taken with an impressive statute of Abraham Lincoln sitting next to you.