Historic Sheridan

History, Art, Antiques, Great Food, Theatres, Breweries, Parks and Dozens of Unique, One-Of-A-Kind Shops!

The town of Sheridan is a 15-minute drive from the Lazy R – East on I-90. Sheridan’s entire downtown area is a National Historic District. Established on the Bozeman trail in 1882, Sheridan is a treasure trove of history, art, and unique shops where you can explore for a few hours or a whole day. Some shops are open after hours on the third Thursday of each month. Otherwise most shops are open from 9 to 5:30 Monday thru Saturday.

To get to Sheridan from the Lazy R: Take Hwy 14 east to Interstate 90 and continue east on I-90 for 15 miles. Exit I-90 at the 5th Street Exit. Sheridan will be to your right. The Information Center is to your left as well as the Game and Fish Department: fishing permits and information, wildlife exhibit.

To access Sheridan’s historic district, travel west on Fifth Street. Just past Motel 6 is the Sheridan County Museum: local history exhibits, bookstore, gift shop.

Continue west on 5th Street for six blocks or so to the corner of 5th St and Broadway and the historic Sheridan Inn, where Buffalo Bill Cody held performances of his Wild West Show. History, lodging, and dining.