The current cenotaph, under which the bodies of the troopers are. Officers are located below in the National Cemetery. George Custer is now buried at West Point.
Last Stand Hill. This is looking south. The markers indicated where the bodies were found. This would have been the last view Custer and his troops had:
There is a path down to the battlefield which is is marked by the fighting retreat of the 7th Calvary with white markers:
The Horses are remembered as well:
The Native Americans have added a memorial as well, commerating the warriors that fought there to preserve their way of life. It is a very tastefully done memorial:
They have also begun to add markers for the Sioux and Cheyenne Warriors killed that day:
The museum that is on the grounds is quite well done and includes a good video on the battle (and has a fine bookstore with no sales tax). It is a bit a haul to get there from a lot of places, but well worth the time for a visit.