Museums 2017-04-10T05:37:59+00:00

Don King Museum

King’s Saddlery and King Ropes go hand-in-hand with Sheridan’s Western heritage, providing a complete western tack store to outfit true-blue cowboys and cowgirls from around the region, as well as visitors from around the world seeking to look the part and take home a bit of Wyoming. Attached to the rope shop on Main Street [...]

Hans Kleiber Studio Museum

Famous printmaker and poet Hans Kleiber was drawn to the West like many artists in the early 1900s. However, unlike many famous artists and writers who came, created and left — like Ernest Hemingway — he made the West his permanent home. Kleiber was born in Germany and moved to America at age 13, landing [...]

Sheridan County Museum

The Sheridan County Museum gives visitors the chance to explore the history of the American West through the eyes of the men and women who settled Sheridan County. It features a variety of permanent and featured exhibits that include topics ranging from the mines that contributed to the rise and fall of several small towns [...]

The Brinton Museum

The Brinton Museum offers “exquisite art in an ideal setting” that is set to become even more ideal come June. On June 15, the Forrest E. Mars Jr. Building will open, and it is likely to make The Brinton a destination museum much like the Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody, Director and [...]

Trail End State Historic Site

Built in the Flemish Revival style, the 13,748-square-foot Kendrick Mansion that is the site of Trail End Museum provides a realistic glimpse into life in Sheridan in the early 1900s. Exhibits and displays feature original artifacts from the time and provide information on daily life, entertainment, interior decorations, cleaning habits, changing technology and 20th century [...]

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