The Brinton Museum
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The majestic Big Horn mountains form the backdrop for the 620-acre Quarter Circle A Ranch, once home to Bradford Brinton. Preserved as a gentleman's working ranch from the 1920s, the Brinton Museum houses one of the finest collections of Plains Indian Art in the United States along with the collected art of Mr. Brinton. Set along the banks of Little Goose Creek, the Main Ranch House is as left by Helen Brinton. The property is a nature preserve and recognized as an Important Bird Area. The Brinton is, first and foremost, an educational facility, preserving the heritage of the American Indians, the traditions of the Western settlers, and the Romance of the West.