Top Reasons to Visit Best Western Sheridan Center
- This newly renovated hotel is located in downtown Sheridan, a historic Old West town with Wild West–themed shops, restaurants, and galleries.
- You’re also just 20 miles from Bighorn National Forest and within a 10-mile range of four golf courses.
- You can use your included $20 dining credit at either of two restaurants onsite. Main Street Tavern is a relaxed bar and grill serving barbecue and cocktails, and Blackstone Grill is a small, warm eatery with classic American cuisine.
- A complimentary full hot breakfast is served each morning.
- There’s a large, heated indoor pool and hot tub on the premises, and many of the spacious king rooms look out over the pool.
Sheridan, Wyoming: Mountain Town with Old West History
Located in the northernmost part of Wyoming, close to the border of Montana, Sheridan was ranked by True West magazine as the No. 1 Top Western Town in the United States. Once a ranching, logging, and mining town, the city is now a major draw for travelers interested in the Old West. Sheridan has 10 sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including its walkable Main Street Historic District downtown. As you stroll along the district’s old-fashioned streets, you can see bronze statues of cowboys, Old West–themed eateries, and views of the nearby Bighorn Mountains.
While you’re here, check out Trail End State Historic Site a 13,748-square-foot Flemish Revival–style mansion built by a prominent rancher in 1913. The house retains its original furnishings and is now a museum, and it’s possible to wander through exhibits with historic clothing and art that depict life in the early 20th century. It’s also worth it to stop by The Don King Museum (no relation to the big-haired boxing promoter). It’s a museum devoted to Western and cowboy memorabilia such as intricately decorated riding saddles and preserved wagons and coaches.
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