Private Historical Tours
Front Seat Tours offers private tours to many of Montana's most historical places.
Call us at 307.763.1674 or Email us to Reserve Your Tour
Little Bighorn Battlefield
One of the most famous battlefields in American, the Little Bighorn is where George Armstrong Custer and 260 of his men lost their lives to Crazy Horse & Sitting Bull's Lakota. We'll take you to the spot where the battle began, which is off the National Park grounds, then head to the battlefield itself, where you'll stand at the spot where Custer lost his life.
Virginia City, Montana
We'll visit the historic town that once served as Montana's capital. You'll see where gold was first discovered in nearby Alder Gulch in 1862 and stroll the downtown boardwalk by historic hotels, shops, livery stables. We'll also visit nearby Nevada City, where you can walk inside historic buildings from the 1800s.
Yellowstone National Park
Experience America's first National Park up close and personal. Be prepared to see all kinds of animals like bison, elk, and sometimes even grizzly bears. We'll make a stop at the iconic Old Faithful geyser, and you'll have dozens of photo opportunities as we drive through the park from the West Entrance to the North Entrance, where we'll exit through Truman's Arch.
Another of Montana's historic ghost towns, you'll enjoy a day of soaking up Montana history. You'll see and walk-through more than 60 buildings that were built in the 1800s soon after gold was discovered on Grasshopper Creek. We'll also take a walk through the Bannack cemetery and try our luck at panning for some gold.
The Lands of Crazy Horse
The most extensive & historic tour that we offer. We'll literally walk in the footsteps of the Lakota war chief Crazy Horse. You'll even stand on the very ground where he died.
Little Bighorn Battlefield - One of the most famous battles in U.S. History took place here on June 24-25, 1876, between Crazy Horse's Lakota and the 7th Cavalry led by George Armstrong Custer.
Fort Phil Kearny - Crazy Horse & Lakota warriors led by Red Cloud besieged U.S. Troops of the 18th Infantry in 1866-1868 at Fort Phil Kearny. You'll walk Fetterman Ridge where Crazy Horse & some 1500 Lakota warriors wiped-out an entire command of 81 men on Dec 21, 1866.
Devil's Tower - Known as Bear Lodge by Crazy Horse and his Lakota, the granite upthrust was a regular camping area for the Lakota during the Indian Wars. It's probably most famous, though, from Steven Speilberg's movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
Crazy Horse Memorial - Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, the image of the Lakota leader Crazy Horse is being carved right out of the mountainside. When finished it will be larger than Mount Rushmore, which we will also visit.
Fort Robinson, Nebraska - You'll stand on the very spot where Crazy Horse was stabbed by a U.S. soldier and died in 1877.
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“I'm in Love With Montana.
For Other Places I Have Admiration, Recognition, Even Some Affection.
But With Montana It Is Love."
John Steinbeck, Author