SHERIDAN, WYOMING PROPERTY EST. 1893 • NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK 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 historic Sheridan Inn was designed by Thomas Kimball to resemble a Scottish Hunting lodge and is in the Ripley’s Believe It or Not for the “House of 69 Gables.” ORIGINAL HOTEL LUXURIOUS SERVICE TRADITIONAL DÉCOR COLONIAL REVIVAL AMENITIES 22 elegantly themed guestrooms, each named after either Buffalo Bill or a famous character from his life, feature handcrafted furniture, daily housekeeping, wireless Internet access, and luxurious bathrooms. Guests enjoy complimentary parking, Continental breakfast, hotel tours, concierge services, spacious veranda seating, and views of the Bighorn Mountains. 6,000 sq. ft. Of event space available for meetings and special occasions. DINING The historic Sheridan Inn’s on-site restaurant, Open Range, offers a world-class dining experience in a casual environment. With local Western culture on display, guests are able to enjoy a classic American menu, designed by Chef Steve Carey, and sample an extensive wine selection while soaking up the ambience of days gone by in an 1893 setting. The restaurant is also home to the world-famous Buffalo Bill Bar. LOCATION Within walking distance of Sheridan’s historic downtown area with shopping, dining, and nightlife. Minutes from the Bighorn Mountains and Bighorn National Forest, guests can enjoy the area’s numerous outdoor activities or visit world-class museums and military battle sites, including the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Sheridan County Airport: 3 miles, 10 minutes. Billings Logan Int’l Airport: 133 miles, 2 hours. 856 Broadway Street Sheridan, WY 82801 T 307.674.2178
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