Four famous faces are carved into the granite mountainside: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. This iconic landmark draws over two million visitors annually who come to marvel at its sheer size and majesty.
This extraordinary monument honors one of the most revered Native American leaders and warriors in history. When completed, it will be the largest mountain carving in the world, standing 641 feet long and 563 feet tall.
The Mammoth Site in Hot Springs offers a unique angle into history and paleontology. The site boasts the world’s largest concentration of mammoth remains, giving you an unparalleled glimpse into life during the Ice Age.
As an active paleontological excavation site, you can witness firsthand how scientists work to uncover and study fossils. Guided tours provide insight into how these remarkable specimens are found and what they teach us about prehistoric times.