YOU'RE GOING TO WANT ANOTHER DAY UNDER THE BIGHORNS
Got a couple days to spend under the Bighorns? Lucky you…you’re in for a treat! Depending on the time of year, you may have timed it perfectly to take part in one of our incredible festivals – so be sure to take a look at the Community Calendar after you check out some of the ideas we had to help with your weekend plans in Sheridan.
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TOWN & COUNTRY
Friday night, have dinner at Frackletons and walk across the street to be entertained at The Wyo Theater with spectacular regional and national music and theater.
Have your morning cup at the charming Red Velvet Bakery on Main Street. Locals love this coffee house complete with breakfast and lunch. See the remarkable Kings Museum with a vast collection of western memorabilia not found anywhere else and shop the unique stores on Main Street.
Enjoy lunch at the Wyoming Rib & Chop House.
In the afternoon, drive to Big Horn to The Brinton Museum or one of our other close neighboring towns (see Discover/ Neighbor Towns on this website).
Go to The famous Mint Bar for a cocktail and then drive out to The Powder Horn Golf Club & enjoy dining at the Powder Horn Grill.
Have breakfast at Java Moon on Main Street. Pack a lunch from Jimmy Johns, head north to Dayton and spend the day hiking up the beautiful Tongue River Canyon. Have a casual dinner at Powder River Pizza and Bar.
See Kings Museum and learn about the areas leather tooling trade as well as see exquisitely fine western art, saddles and other memorabilia found only at Kings.
See Trail End Historic Site – a Texas cow hand turned cattle baron, US Senator and Wyoming Governor. Amazing house museum built in the Flemish style.
See The Brinton Museum – Amazing western art, premiere Indian memorabilia, historic documents, books and house museum at the foot of the Bighorns.
Fort Phil Kearny, Wagon Box Fight, Fetterman Fight Site – study Indian War history. Sheridan was central to this history. Take in the Rosebud battlefield and Little Bighorn National Monument. Sheridan is situated in the last, most – prized hunting ground of the Plains Indians.
See Sheridan County Museum – Learn about the history of Sheridan County – from Tie Flume to coal mines. Sheridan Brewery to Elsa Spear Byron (a pioneer photographer of the region).