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The Don King Museum offers a glimpse at life in the Old West through the years, and houses everything from horse-drawn hearses, taxidermy bears, moose, and elk, and rifles and handguns from some of America's most famous duels.

The Don King Museum has always been one of Sheridan’s most popular attractions. Maybe it has something to do with the incredible Old West photo archive, the suspiciously friendly dancing bear, the remarkable collection of saddles, Indian artifacts, guns, original artwork, or the authentic hearse that may or may not be ferrying a passenger to the beyond. Or maybe folks are attracted to the rare jackalope.

Whether you’ve come to picture yourself in a pair of Wild West chaps, spy some of the largest antlers you’ve seen in your life, or order a custom saddle for yourself, the Don King Museum, and all of the King Family’s remarkable treasures, are sure to thrill. For an in-depth look inside this treasure trove, be sure to Explore King’s Ropes and Saddlery.

Don King Museum

Map | 184 N. Main St.
(800) 443-8919
Hours:
Monday – Saturday | 8am -5pm
Don King Museum Website

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