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WY Tour Sheridan

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Wyoming 30 minutes English

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About this Tour

Discover downtown Sheridan, Wyoming, on this audio walking tour. You will learn the history of Sheridan, a vibrant and engaging community envisioned by John Loucks in 1882 and a gateway to the Bighorn National Forest.

Loucks' dreams and visions quickly molded into reality. For more than 125 years, Sheridan Main Street has welcomed residents and visitors alike, making it a thriving place of commerce and an enjoyable destination.

This tour will accompany you downtown and share some of Sheridan's stories and sites. The downtown Romanesque architecture we see today still hints at the downtown's early days of vaudeville theaters, saloons, fine eateries, and unique shopping experiences. Sites along this tour include Rotary Park, Kendrick Park, Sheridan Heights Reservoir, and many more.

As you conclude this historic adventure, more information about the community and the industries that have created this unique community can be found at the Sheridan County Historical Society and Museum located at 850 Sibley Circle or the Downtown Sheridan Association on the corner of Main and Coffeen. Just look at your map screen to find these locations.

Tour Sponsors


This tour is a product of the Downtown Sheridan Association (DSA). DSA was established in the 1980's1980's to enhance, preserve, and promote the heart of the old city and ensure its continued economic prosperity. DSA accomplishes this through the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and major donors, including SheridanWyoming.com and SheridanMedia.com--the premier sites for events, activities, and happenings in the community.

A word of appreciation for the individuals who helped make this tour possible: Mr. Dave Kinskey, who narrates this tour; Ms. Teka Brock, who composed the music; John Woodward for the use of historical photographs; and Nancy Heyl Ruskowsky for her writing.

The Wyoming Business Council sponsors WY Tour. The Wyoming Business Council is the state's economic development agency. Interested in relocating, expanding or investing? Think Wyoming.

Find More Tours Near You


If you enjoy this tour, check out the rest of the WY Tours: Rawlins, Gillette, Goshen County, Meeteetse, and Greybull. To find more tours throughout Wyoming or wherever your travels may take you, visit TravelStorys.com. Every place has a story.