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Explore the Past - Discover the West

Experience History!

The Museum is now preparing for the 2014 season. Make plans to stop by and explore the past, discover the west, and experience history!

  2014 MUSEUM Hours:
January-April: CLOSED

May: 1 - 5 p.m. Daily

June - Labor Day: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Daily

September - December 23: 1 - 5 p.m. Daily

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day & New Year’s Day

2014 MERCANTILE (Gift Shop) Hours

January-April: 1 - 5 pm Tues-Sat.

May: 1 - 5 pm Daily

June-Labor Day: 10 am - 6 pm Daily

September-December 23: 1 - 5 pm Daily

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Day and New Year's Day

HAPPY 2014!








Introducing a New Publication by the
Sheridan County Historical Society...
Snippets of Sheridan County History
366 Newsy Little Stories From the First 125 Years
of Sheridan County, Wyoming
By local author and historian, Cynde Georgen
Available for purchase at the Sheridan County Museum.


Welcome "E.W. Gollings" to the
Sheridan County Museum

The Sheridan County Museum is pleased to introduce "E. W. Gollings", a sculpture by Marylee M. Moreland. The eight-foot tall monument proudly stands in front of the Sheridan County Museum. The sculpture is based on a photograph (shown above) of Elling William “Bill” Gollings taken May 2, 1926, on Pass Creek just north of Sheridan County in Montana.


To raise funds for the monument, the Museum is selling limited edition maquette castings of it, as well as accepting additional donations. Each maquette sells for $4,000.00, plus applicable taxes and shipping, with $2,670.00 going towards the monument. The maquette measures 19" tall x 6.5" wide x 6" deep, not including the walnut base. The edition size of the maquettes is 35 castings. 

The initial goal for completion of the project was set for March 17, 2013—Gollings’ 135th birthday—but installation took place on November 16, 2012, with the unveiling and dedication on the 17th.
Although the monument has been installed at the Museum, we are still selling maquettes to fully fund the piece. To learn more about the project, to view or purchase a maquette, or to make a donation, please stop by, call, or e-mail the Museum.


Become a Museum Member
Stay in contact with the Museum by becoming a member.
Benefits of Museum Membership include:
- Unlimited entrance to the Museum;

- Discounts in the Museum Mercantile; and a

- Subscription to the quarterly museum newsletter, The Log.
To join the Museum, click here to print out the membership application form.

Did you know that the Sheridan County Museum is supported in part by the optional one cent sales tax?
To learn more about that tax, click here.

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