Sheridan, Wyoming is truly one of the hidden gems West of the Mississippi. Set beneath the incredible beauty of the Bighorn Mountains, it is the halfway point of those traveling from the Black Hills of South Dakota to Yellowstone National Park.

This is a great place to enjoy world class rodeo, western art, golf and a great deal of outdoor activities.



The Sheridan Inn

856 Broadway Street, Sheridan, WY

Constructed in 1892, the Sheridan Inn was developed by William “Buffalo Bill” Cody who would conduct auditions for his touring show on the front porch. The revitalized hotel currently has 22 rooms and hosts many events.

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Sheridan WYO Rodeo

Sheridan County Fairgrounds, Sheridan, WY

The rodeo began in 1931 and has steadily evolved to become one of the top PRCA Rodeos in the nation. In 2010, the rodeo joined the PRCA Million Dollar Tour which ensured top rodeo contestants will continue to participate.

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The Brinton Museum

856 Broadway Street, Sheridan, WY

Constructed in 1892, the Sheridan Inn was developed by William “Buffalo Bill” Cody who would conduct auditions for his touring show on the front porch. The revitalized hotel currently has 22 rooms and hosts many events.

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Eaton’s Guest Ranch

270 Eatons Ranch Road, Wolf, WY

A 7,000 acre dude and cattle ranch near the base of the beautiful Bighorn Mountains. The ranch has been operating for over 139 years and can host up to 125 guests.

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The Mint Bar

151 North Main Street, Sheridan

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Fort Phil Kearny

U.S. Army outpost from the 1860s that protected settlers on the Bozeman Trail from Native Americans.

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