8 Sights in Sheridan, United States (with Map and Images)

Explore interesting sights in Sheridan, United States. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Sheridan, United States.

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1. Trail End State Historic Site

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Trail End, also known as the John B. Kendrick Mansion, is a historic home located at 400 Clarendon Avenue in Sheridan, Wyoming. The home was built and inhabited by Wyoming governor and U. S. Senator John B. Kendrick. Built from 1908 to 1913, the house was designed by Glenn Charles MacAlister and cost $164,000. Kendrick was a successful cattleman when he commissioned the house, and he was only beginning his political career; once he became governor in 1914 and a senator three years later, Trail End became his summer home. The house is typical of homes built by prosperous Wyoming cattlemen in the early 20th century. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on February 26, 1970.

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2. Mill Inn

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The Sheridan Flouring Mills, also known as the Mill Inn, are an industrial complex in Sheridan, Wyoming. The mills were a major component of the economy of north central Wyoming, providing collection, storage and milling of locally produced wheat and other grains into flour and other milled products. The original mill was established by Captain Scott W. Snively in the early 1890s. The Sheridan Milling and Manufacturing Company was sold to J. W. Denio in 1903, who operated the mill at its location on Broadway Avenue near downtown Sheridan. A catastrophic fire destroyed this mill in 1919, resulting in the purchase of a new location on Coffeen Avenue and construction of a much larger mill.

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3. Sheridan County Courthouse

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The Sheridan County Courthouse, located at the intersection of Burkett and Main Streets in Sheridan, is the seat of government of Sheridan County, Wyoming. Built from 1904 to 1905, the courthouse was the first built in the county. The firm of Link & McAllister designed the courthouse; their design features elements of the Classical Revival and Beaux-Arts styles. The courthouse is topped by an octagonal dome with oval and rectangular windows and a balustrade. The building's entrance features a pediment and frieze supported by two Ionic columns. In 1913, a jail with a sheriff's residence was added to the courthouse site; this building has a similar design to the courthouse.

Wikipedia: Sheridan County Courthouse (Wyoming) (EN)

4. Mount View

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Mount View is a historic house located at 610 S. Jefferson St. in Sheridan, Wyoming. The Prairie School home was built from 1911 to 1912 and designed by Glenn Charles McAllister. The house features a hipped roof, overhanging eaves with paneled soffits and box cornices, bracketed corners, four brick chimneys, and a porch on each side. Lyman Brooks, a Sheridan businessman and politician who served in the Wyoming House of Representatives, was the house's first owner, and his family owned the home until the 1980s. The house was added to the National Register of Historic Places on December 8, 1997.

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5. Sheridan Inn

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The Sheridan Inn is a historic hotel in Sheridan, Wyoming. Designed by the architect Thomas R. Kimball of Omaha, Nebraska in 1893, it was constructed by the Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad as part of its development program in Wyoming associated with extension of the railway. Equipped with the first bathtubs and electric lights in that part of Wyoming, the inn was considered the "finest hotel" between Chicago and San Francisco. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1964.

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6. Christ Episcopal Church

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The Christ Episcopal Church and Rectory in Sheridan, Montana is a property listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It includes a one-story church built of local granite, with two gables facing onto Main Street. To its west is a two-story gambrel roofed rectory built in 1906, also of the local granite. As of 1987, a c.1960 parish hall stood between them, and there was a c.1900 wood-frame garage at the back of the property.

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7. Robinson-Smith House

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The Robinson-Smith House was built in 1909. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016. It is American Foursquare in style. It was built by Glenn Charles McAlister (1873-1961), who was a self-trained architect.

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8. Sheridan County Fairgrounds

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The Sheridan County Fairgrounds Historic District, in Sheridan, Wyoming, includes works built in 1923. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2011. It included six contributing buildings.

Wikipedia: Sheridan County Fairgrounds Historic District (EN)


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