Discover new stories with our temporary exhibits that are rotated approximately three times a year.
Learn the history of Sheridan County through our collection of dioramas, artifacts and photography.
The Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum has loaned us some of George Ostrom's World War I era sketches and items. These unique pieces of veteran art give a unique insight into what Wyoming soldiers experienced during the war. Learn about his time in the army and his contribution to the bucking horse emblem of the state. This exhibit is sponsored by the Sheridan Inn.
Sheridan has grown and developed ever since. Take a walk down our memory lane through an early-Sheridan diorama and photographs.
The history of the forest starting in the Tie Flume era through the Civilian Conservation Corps projects in the 1940s.
See how the Bozeman Trail, Indian Wars, and Native American culture influenced this era in Wyoming history as cultures clashed.
Learn about the artist, and see a watercolor named Bronc Rider and a statue named Good Medicine. Each piece has a unique history of its own.
Before the horse was reintroduced to North America, life in our area was quite different. Learn about bison jumps, tools, arrowheads, and lodges before the horse and immigrant trails.
Learn about Centennial Ranches, cattle breeds Sheridan is known for, the sugar beet industry, and more.
For Sheridan County these black diamonds held the developmental steam of the county. Discover the lives of the Wyomingites and immigrants who came to call Wyoming home as they labored to produce the life source of their communities.