Trail End State Historic Site

Trail End State Historic Site


Location:In Sheridan on I-90.
Facilities:Trail, mansion, carriage house, gardens (é).
Activities:Self-guided tours, guided tours by appointment.
Special Features:Elegant Flemish-style mansion was built in 1913 by John B. Kendrick, who served as both governor and U.S. senator for Wyoming. The home periodically displays temporary whole-house exhibits which show how global events (such as World War I) affected the everyday lives of small-town Americans. The grounds contain several hundred trees and shrubs indigenous to Wyoming and also feature an unusual collection of non-native species planted by the Kendricks.
Address:400 Clarendon Ave
Sheridan, WY 82801

Phone:307-674-4589
Fax:307-672-1720
Web: www.trailend.org
Size: 3.8 acres.

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