The Art scene is alive and well in Sheridan! We have everything from fine art by local and international artists, past and present to quality Western Art of old and new.
There’s The Brinton Museum and UCross Gallery that show both local artist’s as well as artists from all over the world. The King’s Museum features hundreds of unique western memorabilia and master leather craftsman’s artistry and handwork. The Sheridan County Museum brings you on a journey of the colorful cultures, commerce and characters of Sheridan County History.
Our theatre world encompasses two fine venues.  The Carriage House Theater which was built in 1920 delights audiences with quality Community Theater by our own Civic Theater Guild and then there is The WYO Theater, which opened in 1923 and is an architectural centerpiece and important performing arts facility for downtown Sheridan that features top flight national and regional theater.  These venues have brought countless hours of live entertainment, cultural enrichment and educational opportunities to the Sheridan community and tourists, alike.
And a visit to Sheridan would not be complete without immersing oneself in the many fascinating historic sites we have to offer. From Connor Battlefield to Ft. Phil Kearny to the Trail End State Historic Site and many more you will come away with a real sense of the beginnings of what is now outstanding Sheridan.