October 7, 2021 will mark the 100th anniversary of Undersheriff William McPherren's death in the line of duty. He deserves a headstone.
Raffle to benefit education department only $5 a ticket!
On this day in 1944, Ensign Dick Yentzer received a Purple Heart on the USS Tulagi.
Learn what topics will be covered during this year's cemetery tours.
Forty years after a chalk doodle on a school chalk board, Bernard Thomas surprises the school with a gift.
Mary Morgan brought this short lived rodeo to life and we still remember it today!
The Museum at the Bighorns is excited to announce a new interactive display coming to the museum!
The museum will lead walking tours downtown on Sheridan Disasters and the Red-Light District.
All the 10am slots filled so we are please to announce a new 1pm Tidbit!
Every first Saturday this summer the Museum will be hosting a market! Come support local artists and crafters!
Now there is even more time to visit the museum! Also learn more about upcoming summer events.
Showcase your handmade goods at the Pancake Market on May 23.
The Sheridan Commercial Company has been located at 303 Broadway since 1903. The business survived their original building burning down. Now they're new building is over 100 years old!
Part of Sheridan's Main Street is a National Historic District. What does that mean?
Opening in 1913, the Hotel Rex took it's place in Sheridan's darker past. This hotel and it's famous madam are legends in the community to this day.
The Sheridan Federal Building opened in 1910. After the original tenants moved out the building took on a new life.
Sheridan is a perfect stopping place halfway between Yellowstone and Mount Rushmore. Spend a day or two exploring Sheridan, and you'll want to come back to see the rest!
John D. Loucks purchased his family a piano before they even moved to Sheridan. The Decker Brothers upright piano stayed in the family for three generations and is now on exhibit in the museum's Sheridan gallery.
We’re excited to be back open for the season! We’ve been working to update three of our current exhibits and install touchable items back onto the floor.
Pearl Harbor--an attack so close to home. Learn about the men of Sheridan County who sacrificed their lives in the name of freedom.
This is the story of an 18-year-old man from Sheridan who was inducted into the Army to fight in World War II and died as a POW.
The year 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of World War II’s end with Japan’s official surrender on September 2, 1945.
Explore the origins of rodeo as a sport and the start of major rodeo in Sheridan County with Mrs. Mary Morgan.
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