Sheridan is a typical boom and bust town, having started off with cattle ranching and then been supported by the oil, gas, and coal exploration in the surrounding areas. In the past ten years Sheridan has been remaking itself as a tourist destination where people can catch a glimpse of the "old west" and enjoy many of the features of the "new west".
The town is a destination for many people visiting Yellowstone or the Black Hills. Sheridan has many events throughout the year. One of the more popular events is the Sheridan Rodeo.
Driving north on I-25 or I-90, just before you enter the state of Montana, you'll pass Sheridan 
Greyhound Greyhound's interline partners Jefferson Lines and Black Hills Stage both offer service to this station from Billings MT to the north or from Buffalo WY coming from the south. This station is open 24 hours.
Trail End State Historic Site . Built in the Flemish Revival style, the 13,748 square foot mansion provides an intriguing glimpse into life during the period 1913 to 1933.
Mint Bar , Main Street. Since 1907 The Mint Bar has been the meeting place for cowboys, ranchers and dudes to tip a cold one and kick back or more often than not, kick it up a notch... and thus a foundation for countless tall tales of this legendary bar.
The Brinton Museum . Experience the lifestyle of a 1920 gentleman’s working ranch, home to amazing collections of Indian artifacts, art, historic documents and books.
The Bighorn Mountains . The Bighorn National Forest and Bighorn Mountains are a visitor’s paradise, with elevations ranging from 4,000 to 13,165 feet.
Don King Museum . The museum houses over three decades of the King family’s dedication to collecting Western and cowboy memorabilia from all over the world.
Sheridan County Museum . Immerse yourself in the colorful cultures, commerce, and characters of Sheridan County history.