Sheridan, Wyoming is truly one of the jewels of not only Wyoming, but the western United States. Tucked underneath the Bighorn Mountains, Sheridan offers a rich western history. Here are just a few of the area sights and scenes you should consider seeing when coming to Sheridan:

 

 

Main Street

Sheridan historic downtown is a thriving collection of fun shops and businesses, restaurants, breweries and bars.

The Mint Bar

We know that at some point in the past you have seen  someone wearing a world-famous The Mint Bar ball cap. Since 1907, people have been declaring to "meet you at the Mint."

The Sheridan Inn

The Sheridan Inn is a historic hotel built in 1893. Once dubbed the "finest hotel" between Chicago and San Francisco, it was managed by Buffalo Bill Cody from 1894-1896 who would audition talent for his Wild West Show off the front porch.

Fort Phil Kearny

Fort Phil Kearny was a U.S. Army outpost in the late 1860's that sat on the Bozeman Trail. It hosted 400 troops and 150 civilians at its peak. It was the site of two battles with Native American tribes and was abandoned in 1868 as  part of the Treaty of Fort Laramie.

The Brinton Museum

The Brinton is known as the nation's only museum that contains a historic collection of Western and American Indian art.

For comprehensive information on everything Sheridan has to offer, please visit sheridanwyoming.org.

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