Powder River Symphony - The mission of the Powder River Symphony is to enrich the cultural lives of adults, expand the musical horizons of children and provide an outlet for the creative talents of musicians living in Wyoming by performing classical and 'pops' music for an expanding audience.
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. Exhibits and displays throughout the home -- utilizing primarily original artifacts -- provide information on daily life, entertainment, interior design and changing technology as well as early twentieth century ranching on the Northern Plains.
The 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.
WYO Theater - Originally built in 1923 as the Lotus, a vaudeville theater. Since reopening in 1989 as a road house, the WYO has brought countless hours of live entertainment, cultural enrichment, and educational opportunities to the greater Sheridan community.
Rockpile Museum - Can be found, appropriately, beside a sizable natural rockpile formation, which has been a landmark in the area since early settlement days. The museum tells the story of Gillette and Campbell County.
CCSD Science Center - A unique hands-on science center located in Campbell County School District's Lakeway Learning Center in Gillette.
Crook County Museum & Art Gallery - Displays on Custer's 1874 Expedition, period rooms, vintage clothing, and arrowhead collections are just some of the exhibits at the museum.
The Vore Buffalo Jump - One of the world's premier archaeological sites is located at the edge of the northern Black Hills in Wyoming. For over three hundred years, Plains Indian groups stampeded bison over the rim and into a deep natural 'sink hole' at the site which is now called the Vore Buffalo Jump.
Jim Gatchell Memorial Museum - The Museum is dedicated to following the late Jim Gatchell's vision of preserving the history of Johnson County, with emphasis on its Frontier Era, through the collection and conservation of related art, archives and artifacts.