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 Welcome to the Sheridan County Museum!

Explore the history of Wyoming and the American West through the eyes and ears of the men and women who settled Sheridan County. Coming from around the world, these hearty folk built a future for themselves and their families in the shadows of the Big Horns. Whether you’re a local or just passing through, stop by the Sheridan County Museum, where the history of the West comes alive! 

 

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Arline Barbula

 

Janet Hoagland

Marvin Barbula

 

Joyce Laya

BNSF Foundation

 

Richard & Ione Lenz

Dennis & Anna Bourret

 

Forrest E. Mars Jr.

Marsha Dillon

 

Colin & Diane Peterson

Frank & Kathy Eaton

 

A. Hayden Porter

Bob & Fran Fall

 

Ben Roman

First Interstate Bank

 

Alan & Ann Simpson

Doyl & Jaci Fritz

 

Darracott & Anne Vaughn 

Frankie Gibbs

 

Wyoming Community Foundation

Mark & Tammy Heid

 

Kermit & Sandra Ziler

Della Herbst

 

 

Sheridan County Museum
850 Sibley Circle
Sheridan, WY 82801
Phone (307) 675-1150
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Upcoming Events
Sep
5
Sat
all-day Community Appreciation Weekend @ Sheridan County Museum
Community Appreciation Weekend @ Sheridan County Museum
Sep 5 – Sep 6 all-day
Join the Sheridan County Museum as we kick off our summer with Community Appreciation Weekend September 5 & 6.Learn about the history of Sheridan County and explore our new exhibits: Digging for White Gold: Sugar Beets in[...]
Sep
7
Mon
all-day Labor Day @ Sheridan County Museum
Labor Day @ Sheridan County Museum
Sep 7 all-day
The Sheridan County Museum will be open on Monday, September 7.
Sep
8
Tue
all-day Fall Hours Begin @ Sheridan County Museum
Fall Hours Begin @ Sheridan County Museum
Sep 8 all-day
The Sheridan County Museum will begin its summer hours of Tuesday, September 8. Starting September 8, the Museum will be open from 1:00 pm until 5:00 pm daily. Please contact the Museum at 307-675-1150 for[...]

Did you know that the Sheridan County Museum is supported in part by the optional one cent sales tax?