Sheridan Inn

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The historic Sheridan Inn, designated a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, is located in Sheridan, Wyoming, and is steeped in Western tradition. Designed by Thomas Kimball to resemble a Scottish hunting lodge and built in 1893 by the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad on behalf of the Inn’s first operator, William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody, who auditioned new talent for his “Buffalo Bill’s Wild West” company from the front porch. Following a 50-year vacancy and extensive $7 million renovation, the Sheridan Inn once again opened its doors to welcome visitors in May 2015. Today, guests are able to step back in time and experience the bygone days of the Wild West while enjoying modern comforts.

The Sheridan Inn has been named to these Historic Hotels of America Top 25 Lists

The 2021 Top 25 Historic Hotels of America Most Haunted Hotels

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Spend a day experiencing the Little Bighorn Battlefield Monument, the Bighorn National Forest, and The Brinton Museum.

Discover

Discover the iconic porch of the Sheridan Inn.

Explore

Explore the Medicine Wheel in the Big Horn Mountains.

Experience

Experience the Don King Museum at King's Saddlery.

Taste

Taste authentic Wyoming cooking at the Rib and Chop House.

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