1450 E. Brundage Ln.
Sheridan, WY 82801
Phone: (307) 672-5098
Fax: (307) 672-5087
Arts & Museums
Offering an assortment of high quality 19th and 20th Century Western art; includes beadwork, rugs, blankets, saddles, spurs, and more.
To delve into a deeper understanding of saddles, plan a visit to the Don King Museum. The museum holds valuable and unique saddles developed by the master craftsman Don King. Objects holding significance include silverwork, Texas saddles and old west artworks.
The Sheridan County Museum is dedicated to the city of Sheridan and its historical values. The museum focuses mainly on the city's culture, norms, fashion and commerce during the early days when the city was born. This place has various exhibitions, educational programs and other events taking place that provide a different perspective of the city at all times. Besides, the museum offers its well-equipped deck on rent for private celebrations. For further details, do visit their website.
Founded in 1960, Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum is established in the memory of Bradford Brinton. This ranch gives an insight into the lifestyle of people working on ranches way back in 1920. The Main House comprises an excellent collection of artifacts, antique pieces, historic documents, sketches and much more. Art pieces by renowned artists like Frank Tenney Johnson, Hans Kleiber and George Bellows adorn the house. Apart from the in-house collection, the memorial also hosts events and functions on a regular basis. Should you require additional information, check website or call ahead.