15 Best Places to Shop in Cody, Sheridan, and Northern Wyoming, Wyoming

Big Horn Galleries

Fodor's choice

At one of Wyoming's most respected galleries of Western and wildlife art, you'll find sculptures and paintings by more than 75 artists, including James Bama, Chris Navarro, and Vic Payne.

Custom Cowboy Shop

Fodor's choice

Stock up on top-quality cowboy gear and clothing, ranging from felt hats and bolo ties for men to women's paisley Western shirts and wool jackets; and there's a huge selection of gear for horses. You'll also find an impressive array of Western books and household and kitchen goods.

Simpson Gallagher Gallery

Fodor's choice

Stop by this respected gallery to browse contemporary representational art by Harry Jackson, Kathy Wipfler, T.D. Kelsey, Kang Cho, and Greg Scheibel, as well as works for 19th- and early-20th-century luminaries like Carl Rungius.

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Sunlight Sports

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Whether you're prepping for a spring rafting trip or a summer hike at Yellowstone, or it's winter snowshoeing and skiing you're planning, this exceptionally well-stocked shop is an excellent place to pick up gear and advice on where to pursue your adventures. You'll find a terrific selection of camping supplies, outerwear, and backpacks by top brands like Osprey, Burton, Mountain Hardware, and Smartwool.

Best Out West Mall

In a break from typical gift stores stocked with rubber tomahawks, the Best Out West Mall is a two-story bazaar of Western paraphernalia, with booths hawking everything from spurs to rare books. Some items are new, but most are antiques.

109 N. Main St., Sheridan, WY, 82801, USA

Bozeman Trail Gallery

A stronghold of frontier culture, the Bozeman Trail Gallery has a varied collection of 19th- and 20th-century art and artifacts from the American West, ranging from vintage Colt revolvers and leather saddles to Cheyenne Sioux moccasins and Navajo rugs. The gallery also maintains a collection of significant Western paintings from artists such as Karen Vance and Ernest Martin Hennings.

Cody Country Art League

Adjacent to the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce visitor center, this expansive and eclectic gallery displays paintings, wood carvings, bronzes, and pottery by both established and emerging regional artists, and at a wide range of prices.

Crazy Woman Trading Company

The Crazy Woman Trading Company sells unique gifts and antiques, including deluxe coffees and T-shirts picturing a black bear doing yoga. Murphy McDougal, the store's CEO (and the owners' golden retriever), is usually sleeping near the front door. The store is closed on Sunday.

Devils Tower Trading Post

At the entrance to Devils Tower National Monument, you can purchase informative books, Western art, buffalo hides, clothing, knickknacks, and souvenirs. A giant Harley-Davidson flag (supposedly the world's largest) flies over the store, so it's no wonder that bikers overrun the place during the massive Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in August. The old-fashioned ice-cream parlor, which also serves a mean sarsaparilla, is a treat in the heat of summer.

Eastridge Mall

The largest shopping center in a 175-mile radius, the Eastridge Mall, anchored by such standbys as Sears, JCPenney, Target, and Macy's, is popular and important to locals.

Legends Bookstore

In addition to stocking a wide selection of travel books, histories, and outdoor guides to Wyoming and the Rockies, this friendly independent bookshop is a good bet for distinctive local gifts.

Open Range Images

This gallery in a handsome historic downtown building carries the work of some of the area's top photographers. Wyoming's wildlife, flora, and landscapes provide the primary scenes, but less traditional themes also are presented.

Sunlight Sports

This 8,000-square-foot store that stocks major-brand products sells everything from camping gear to downhill and cross-country ski equipment. The staff is friendly and has extensive experience in most outdoor pursuits.

Wayne's Boot Shop

The Lundvall family has operated this beloved purveyor and repairer of traditional cowboy as well as hiking and work boots, plus many other brands of casual shoes. You'll find top boot brands like Nocona, Allen's, Justin, and Tony Lama.

Wyoming Buffalo Company

Stop by for buffalo-meat products, such as sausage and jerky, in addition to specialty foods such as huckleberry honey, barbecue sauces, candy, and other products made in the Cowboy State.