- TripBuzz discovered 17 different types of activities for couples in the Sheridan area, including Art Gallery (like Davis Gallery), Historic Sites (like Trail End State Historic Site), Bowling (like Cloud Peak Lanes Inc) and Movie Theaters (like Centennial Theatres), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 14 date ideas in or near Sheridan, Wyoming, all of which are located within the city of Sheridan.
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Trails End was the first private professionally landscaped residential grounds in Wyoming. Visitors can tour the 13,748 square foot Flemish Revival John B. Kendrick home constructed between 1908 and restored with period pieces, along with the carriage house, and grounds.
Kendrick Park, Sheridan is a recreational park that supports activities including picnicking, fishing, horseshoes, tennis, and swimming. The park includes a swimming pool, tennis courts, and a large children's playground.
In 1866, Col. Henry B. Carrington established Fort Phil Kearny to protect travelers, to discourage intertribal warfare, and to allow westward expansion. Visitors to Fort Phil Kearny Historic Site can see the site, watch videos, view reconstructed cabins, and take a tour.
The Sheridan Recreation District encompasses a wide range of sports and recreation facilities, sports fields, and parks. The district offers an array of camps, lessons, and other programs for both kids and adults.
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Medicine Wheel National Historic Landmark is a 75-foot diameter ring of rocks placed in a circle with 28 spokes, one for each of the 28 days in a lunar cycle. Native Americans may have used the site as a spiritual observatory.
Crazy Woman Fine Art is an art gallery that exhibits paintings, bronze sculpture, photography, wood block prints, glass, jewelry and aromatherapy soaps. Displayed art is available for sale and original works can be commissioned.
Fort Phil Kearny Historic Site stands on the site of a key old west frontier outpost. The site currently comprises open areas for picnics, a visitor's center and museum, and guided tours to historical battle sites nearby.