Carriage House Theatre

Carriage House Theatre

The Carriage House Theatre is located on the grounds of the Trail End State Historic Site – Wyoming’s premier historic house museum. Finished in 1910, the carriage house was built in the same Flemish style as the main house. While construction on Trail End was taking place, the Kendricks and

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  • Eatons’ Ranch
  • Eatons’ Ranch

Eatons’ Ranch

Celebrating over 135 years of the ranching lifestyle! The oldest dude ranch in the United States, begun with 3 brothers, Howard, Willis and Alden in 1879 in Medora, ND. They  moved in 1904 to the current Sheridan location for a more suitable riding terrain for their ever-growing number of guests.

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Meadowlark Ski Lodge

Meadowlark Ski Lodge

Meadowlark Ski Lodge offers a wide variety of services for your winter recreation enjoyment in the Big Horn Mountains: “NEW” skis and snow boards available to rent: $25.00 for all day. Ski Runs & Ski Lifts: 2 lifts, 14 runs Runs are 1/3 green beginner, 1/3 blue intermediate and 1/3

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  • The Brinton Museum
  • The Brinton Museum
  • The Brinton Museum
  • The Brinton Museum
  • The Brinton Museum

The Brinton Museum

The Brinton Museum, located in Big Horn, Wyoming, is the only museum in the US that maintains a historic and expanding Western and American Indian art collection on a beautifully preserved historic ranch at the foot of a mountain range. The art, as well as the 600-acre Quarter Circle A

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  • Tom Balding Bits & Spurs
  • Tom Balding Bits & Spurs
  • Tom Balding Bits & Spurs
  • Tom Balding Bits & Spurs
  • Tom Balding Bits & Spurs

Tom Balding Bits & Spurs

Known by horsemen and trainers alike as the industry leader in quality bits and spurs, Tom Balding’s reputation for superior craftsmanship has spread worldwide. Discovery Channels How It’s Made filmed three segments documented the elaborate process of hand-crafting a belt buckle, bit and spurs. Stop by for a personal tour

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Trail End State Historic Site

Trail End State Historic Site

Visit the seat of a cattle ranching empire of Texas cowboy turned U.S. Senator & Wyoming Governor John B. Kendrick. Trail End State Historic Site features a view of early 20th century lifestyle. Designed by Montana architect Glenn Charles McAlister, the mansion remains on of the few western examples of

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