Overview

Historic, state and national sites in the Sheridan, Wyoming area include landmarks that reflect both the rich history of the West and its natural wonder. Historical markers and museums note battlefields of the Indian Wars and important sites to the settlement of the Sheridan valley. One also finds Native American cultural landmarks such as the Medicine Wheel in the Bighorn Mountains. The Sheridan area is rich in historic, state and national sites, including those listed here, that illustrate the culture and history of the West.

Bozeman Trail Days

Bozeman Trail Days

The Bozeman Trail Association and Wyoming State Parks and Historic Sites will present a symposium, tours, living history programs, and other events that give our visitors and local residents an opportunity to enjoy the history of the Bozeman Trail. General Overview Living history demonstrations, history camp, weapons demonstrations and historical

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Historic Sheridan Inn

Historic Sheridan Inn

Many people have kicked at a pretty rock with their feet and found a precious jewel. Others have pulled an old bone from Mother Earth, only to find a dinosaur fossil. Thousands each year pull up in front of a huge, three-story, gabled, clapboard building, and feel for just a

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  • WYO Theater
  • WYO Theater

WYO Theater

Theater seats 483 “The WYO Theater’s colorful history began in 1923. Opening as the Lotus, it was one of the first, and is now the oldest, operating vaudville theater in Wyoming. Through the years it has undergone many changes, but whatever those changes, the theater has always been an integral

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