Trail End State Historic Site
Sheridan | Black to Yellow
This elegant Flemish Revival Historic House Museum, built in 1913, was once home to Wyoming Governor and United States Senator John B. Kendrick. While the home features original furnishings and décor, the park-like grounds contain native trees, shrubs and non-native species. Trail End displays an elegantly different facet of Sheridan rich western heritage. Admission Fees: $2.00 for Wyoming residents 18 and over; $4.00 for non-residents 18 and over; FREE for under 17. ADA-compliant with elevator and ramp installed. There are multilingual self-guides tours with materials available in German, French, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. Family and kid friendly we have a picnic area to have your lunch. We are unable to accommodate pets.
Visit Trail End State Historic Site at http://wyoparks.state.wy.us/index.php/places-to-go/trail-end for additional information.
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