The Historic Sheridan Inn – Sheridan, WY
March 9, 2021
Sheridan, WY Offered for sale at $4,250,000
ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY
The opportunity to buy a National Historic Landmark and a chance to own a piece of history is now available. The Sheridan Inn was built in 1893 and home to the famous Buffalo Bill Cody from 1894 to 1902. The Inn is first place in Sheridan to have electric lights and where Buffalo Bill hosted auditions for his world famous Wild West Show.
The hotel is situated on a full city block within walking distance to downtown and local eateries. The Inn has been completely renovated from foundation up, including the interior, exterior and a lighted, refurbished parking lot.
Each suite in the Inn present the times and individual histories of Buffalo Bill Cody’s key characters from his life. In the room’s overall finish, furnishings, art, artifacts, and exhibits capture the American West and his story.
All furnishings included as well as a 501-C3 Non-profit is included in the purchase price.
Each room is original uniquely designed with modern elegance. Each of the 22 rooms at the revitalized Inn focuses on Buffalo Bill and key characters from his life and all characters of the Wild West Show.
RESTAURANT & BAR
Fully furnished dining room able to seat 133 plus 16 in the private intimate parlor, PLUS extra seating at the famous Buffalo Bill Saloon bar and order a drink! You’ll feel like you’re back in the Wild West dining here.
Ignite your “Old West Passion” in the ballroom. Reserve Your Place in History with Indian Pow Wow on the lawn; Weddings in the ballroom, and conference room perfect for fundraisers & hosting family reunions.
WILLIAM F. “BUFFALO BILL” CODY
Developed and sold the concept of the Inn to the railroad. As part owner, he directed hotel management, and even auditioned new members for his touring company the “Wild West” show from the front porch. Buffalo Bill lived in the Inn from 1894 to 1902.
BUILT IN 1893
The iconic 69 Gables on the roof and stunning features throughout embody the building’s place in history. From the first use of electric light, to the 22 rooms at the revitalized Inn, the focus on Buffalo Bill and the 21 other key characters from his life and all characters of the American West is abundant and preserved at the Inn.
NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK
In 1964, the United States Dept. of the Interior registered The Sheridan Inn a National Historic Landmark. Today, the Inn remains a center of community activity, hosting many public events to entice travelers, and celebrates as a center point in Sheridan and it’s proud history.
- Offered for sale at $4,250,000
- Terms: A Non-Disclosure and proof of funds are required to receive financials.