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Our Roots 

How we got here


In the beginning...

The Historic Sheridan Inn first opened its doors on June 18th, in the summer of 1893. Fashioned after hunting lodges he had visited in Scotland, Thomas Kimball designed the Inn with 64 rooms split between the second and third floor, with only a single bathroom on each floor. Construction had been launched in December of 1892, and on a warm evening in 1893, the first electric lights to ever be turned on in Sheridan were seen streaming through each of the Inn's 69 Gables. 

The early days

The Sheridan Inn was originally fabricated to accommodate businessmen, politicians, and families needing a place to stay as they fulfilled their roles in the economic expansion of the West. 

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