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  • Explore the Medicine Wheel in the Big Horn Mountains. It is not know who built this large, stone structure of local white limestone, or when it was crafted, but it has been used by many regional Native American tribes, including the Arapahoe and Crow, for many generations as a place of spiritual worship and sacred ceremony. The Medicine Wheel was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1970.

  • Visit Sheridan County Museum, where the history of the West comes alive. Explore the history of Wyoming and the American West through the eyes and ears of the men and women who settled Sheridan County. Coming from all around the world, these hearty folk built a future for themselves and their families in the shadows of the Big Horns.

  • Travel to Fort Phil Kearny State Historic Site. Enter the original site, through reconstructed stockade walls, and experience the grounds of the largest stockade fort in the West. Understand fort life, the colorful characters that resided therein, and appreciate the contrast of a busy fort operation in such an isolated location.

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