The Kendrick Mansion in Sheridan, which is the historic home of the town's most notable cattle baron, will be open for extended hours over the Memorial Day weekend.
The mansion, which is located at the Trail End State Historic Site, will be open Saturday through Monday, from 10-5.
Cynde Georgen is the site superintendent. She said visitors this year, for the first time, will be able to take an audio tour by using their own hand-held electronic device. Also new this year, she said, is an exhibit depicting the economic and social ties between the site and the community.
Admission is $4, and half that for residents of the state. Children are admitted free of charge, but must be accompanied by an adult. The historic site is part of the State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails Division of the Wyoming Department of Commerce.