Sheridan County Museum
Your gateway to Sheridan County…the west is calling
Don’t Miss Out!
As we prepare for the holidays we wanted to remind you that the museum will be closing for the season on December 21. This week is our last week open Thursday through Saturday from 1 to 5 pm. We will re-open again in March of 2020.
“Iron Teeth and her son and two daughters were among the Northern Cheyenee who were forced south to Oklahoma….”
A bottle of coal
Marbles or Jacks
Raw Amythest cluster
Dino Poop (a favorite of kiddos)
Junior Adventurer Binoculars
A bar of Lemon Moon Soar
Mini dream catcher
Encourage the future engineer! This Lincoln Log styled kits comes with all you need to create a wonderful cabin.
Made in the USA these catchers are perfect for the college student or adult who’d like to bring, or take, the west home.
Check out our various sized bird houses. We have a size for all spaces!
Rocky Mountain Jewelry
Everyone loves a sparkle! Stop in to view our wide selection of jewelry hand crafted in Casper, Wyoming.
The museum has over thirty adult books for you to choose from. We carry everything from cookbooks to the Crook’s encampments.
For the person who has everything
Nothing says “personalized” like a branded steak or burger.
Help them start a new hobby, especially for those who are crafty and adventurous.
Painted Pony Ornament
For the creative mind who can appreciate small details.
Tell me your memories
A true must for the story teller who needs to write it down.
Start a new family tradition when you’re away from home with a Pickle ornament, or give a bit of Wyoming with Pistol Pete.
Leave a piece of Wyoming behind when you go. Get them a stunning landscape or wiggling moose!
Western Playing Cards
Keep everyone entertained well into the evening with these western themed cards.
Lemon Moon Lotion and Soaps
Nothing says you care more than showing up with Wyoming made soap and lotion!
Did you know you can make a difference in Wyoming? By donating you can help the museum continue our mission and programs to preserve, showcase, and educate on the history of Sheridan County.