The Brinton Museum, Big Horn
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
The Brinton Museum reopens for the season on March 15, 2016.Arrange your visit to The Brinton Museum and discover more family-friendly attractions in Big Horn using our Big Horn vacation route planner.
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 new 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 10 minutes from downtown Sheridan, Wyoming at 239 Brinton Road, Big Horn, Wyoming. To learn more visit thebrintonmuseum.org.
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The Brinton Museum may be off the beaten path, but it is a must see attraction in every sense of the term. The building itself is an amazingly beautiful work of art. Inside you will find black and whi... read more »
I visited this Museum earlier this year and will go back again! I highly recommend touring the Mansion, very well kept and excellent art to see. So much history here.
This was a totally unexpected find out in the middle of nowhere!!! We saw an ad for the museum at a Wyoming visitor center, but the picture was of the old ranch house. Imagine our surprise when we pul... read more »
Wonderful little piece of history! Amazing art and super knowledgeable staff! Fun place for the whole family, especially art lovers!
We visited your outstanding museum yesterday for the first time. Every single gallery was marvelous! The building it's self is a work of art. We live close by in Story, WY. and were frequent visitors to the original gallery and ranch house, taking many house guests there when they stayed with us. My husband and I have now become members as we know we will be making frequent trips to this magnificent museum. We had lunch in your Bistro which was delightful, even though smoke from wildfires (outside of our state) somewhat obscured the panoramic views of the Big Horns. Our kudos, for a job well done! One small suggestion I might make is concerning the information signage in the Native American Artifacts gallery. As we and our guests are all in our mid 60's to 70's, we had problems reading the signage when it was placed at the bottom of the display cases near the ground. Many "Senior Citizens" have bi- or tri-focal lenses that makes it difficult to read far away print, and for many of us, kneeling down to be able to read is not an option. Just thought I'd mention it! Again, thank you for this amazing museum!
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