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The Brinton Museum, Big Horn

#27 of 88 in Museums in Wyoming
Must see · Art Museum · Museum
Wyoming’s rolling Bighorn Mountains envelop The Brinton Museum on the 620-acre Quarter Circle A Ranch. Its sweeping landscape and surrounding mountain range have long been the muse of treasured American artists and the setting for rich cultural traditions integral to the American Indian tribes inhabiting this region.

The Brinton’s 24,000-square-foot Forrest E. Mars, Jr. Building houses one of the most significant and extensive 19th, 20th and 21st century Western and American Indian Art collections in the U.S. featuring Frederic Remington, Charles Russell, Thomas Moran, Edward Borein, Winold Reiss, and the largest Hans Kleiber collection in the world.

The Brinton Museum is located just 15 minutes south of downtown Sheridan, Wyoming at 239 Brinton Road, Big Horn, Wyoming. To learn more visit
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  • The Brinton Museum and grounds are a true piece of the old west! The ranch itself is rich in history and the museum includes iconic pieces of Western Art as well as an incredible display of historic.....  more »
  • Fantastic collection of western art and featuring current local artists as well. I especially liked the Connie Robinson paintings.  more »
  • Great museum, great art. True to it's promotional advertisements. Super people to welcome and serve guests and an unexpected modernistic reflection of art, history and nature. The restaurant served delicious food at a reasonable price in an awesome setting. Thank you team Bradford Brinton Museum. R & J from Oregon
  • This is an amazing site for a Museum. It is out of the way, but so worth the journey. They have done an excellent job of showcasing the exhibits and the environment is relaxing, which is perfect for a day at a Museum. The Big Horn mountains stand as silent guardians with the Museum nestled in their foothills. Worth the trip and the time spent.

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