Arts & Culture

Sheridan has a rich, fascinating history as an artists’ enclave. The city has long been the artistic hub of the Bighorn Mountain region, and continues to inspire those who live here and those who come to visit.

The Brinton Museum and the UCross Gallery showcase both local and international artists. The King’s Museum features hundreds of pieces of unique western memorabilia and master leather craftsman’s artistry and handwork. The Museum at the Bighorns brings you on a journey of the colorful cultures, commerce and characters of Sheridan County history.

The Carriage House Theater was built in 1920, while the WYO Theater first opened its doors in 1923. These venues have brought countless hours of live entertainment, cultural enrichment and educational opportunities to the Sheridan community.

A visit to Sheridan is not 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, Sheridan is a history buff’s dream come true.

  • Galleries

    Brinton Museum Map | 239 Brinton Road, Big Horn Wednesday - Sunday | 9:30am - 5pm… more

  • Historic Sites

    Sheridan County's frontier attractions are legion. Across the region you'll find legendary battlefields that shaped… more

  • Museums

    Take a trip back to the prehistoric with a visit to the T-Rex Natural History… more

  • Theaters

    Sheridan's Performing Arts & Movie Theaters Looking for places to catch a live show or… more

  • Whitney Center for the Arts

    The Whitney Center for the Arts, at Sheridan College, is a two-story art space that… more

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