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Trail End State Historic Site

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Trail End State Historic Site Review

A Flemish Revival mansion built in 1913 for John B. Kendrick, cattleman and one of Wyoming's first governors and senators, is now the Trail End State Historic Site. The furnishings and exhibits in the home are designed to depict early-20th-century ranching on the Plains. Highlights include elegant hand-carved woodwork and a third-floor ballroom.

    Contact Information

  • Address: 400 Clarendon Ave., Sheridan, WY, 82801 | Map It
  • Phone: 307/674–4589
  • Cost: $2 for Wyoming residents, $4 for others
  • Hours: Apr. and Sept.–mid-Dec., daily 1–4; June–Aug., daily 9–6
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  • Location: Sheridan

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