Sheridan

A breathtaking vision of the New West, Sheridan is Wyoming’s emerald city.

Historic downtown doors swing open to extend warm hospitality as legendary as the icons that once roamed these parts, while dramatic vistas of the Bighorn Mountains meet the serenity of wide-open spaces. Gaze at the neon lights lining Main Street in Sheridan’s historic downtown, including that of the bronc rider above the saloon-style Mint Bar. Book a stay at the Historic Sheridan Inn Hotel to spend time where author Ernest Hemingway put the finishing touches on A Farewell to Arms. Explore the Brinton Museum to discover Native American history and Western art. Then venture outdoors to take on a multitude of activities within the surrounding Bighorn National Forest. Hike the legendary peaks of the Bighorn Mountains, relax and pitch a tent at Sibley Lake, crush fresh powder at Antelope Butte Ski Area or explore the area’s world-class snowmobile trails. Epic events, live music, remarkable ranches and hotels, wilderness hikes and more live at the base of the Bighorns in Sheridan, Wyoming.

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Annual Events

Don King Days, WYO Rodeo

Nearby Cities

Buffalo, Ranchester, Dayton

Don’t Miss

Historic Sheridan Inn

Elevation

3745′

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neon sign of the Mint Bar in Sheridan

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