Discover more about our founder in the exhibition “A Fortune in Oils: Sid Richardson’s Personal Collection,” through paintings, letters, photographs and articles published during his lifetime. These objects tell the story of Richardson’s life with four areas of emphasis: the oil business, ranching, collecting art, and philanthropy. Since 1982, the Sid Richardson Museum has featured an outstanding collection of art depicting the American West. Located in a restored 19th-century building in Sundance Square, this free museum is open 7 days a week. Prints and bronze reproductions are available in the museum store, as is a wide selection of books and gifts. Parking available at any Sundance Square parking garage or the valet station outside.