Sheridan County Museum

Sheridan, Wyoming

The Sheridan County Museum offers a variety of exhibits that examine the history of the Sheridan area from the Indian Wars to present day: Crazy Horse, General Crook and the Battle of the Rosebud; the impressive tie flume built to float logs down the mountain to the town of Dayton, where they were turned into railroad ties; the culturally rich coal mining towns of the Black Diamond Trail; the history of polo, rodeo and other outdoor recreation in Sheridan County - plus much, much more.  


CONTACT

HOURS

  • Thursday through Monday, 1 to 5 pm

ADMISSION

  • $6 for adults
  • $5 for seniors (60+)
  • $3 for students (w/ID) and youths 
  • $3 for Veteran/Military
  • FREE for Children 12 & under
  • FREE for SCHS Members 

Directions & Parking

FROM INTERSTATE 90: Take exit 23 (Fifth Street); turn west onto Fifth street (towards town); turn right (north) onto the first road after the I-90 south off-ramp.


Museum is a large log building; entrance and parking are on the west side of the building.