Address

Top Shelf Botanicals
114 Main St.
Sheridan, MT 59749
(406) 842-5963

Hours

Mon – Fri 12pm to 4pm
Sat 11am to 4pm
Sun 12pm to 4pm

Amenities

Online Ordering
Curbside Pickup
In-Store Pickup
In-Store Shopping

Medical
Recreational

Rewards Program
Earn 10% Store Credit

Daily Deals
Save Everyday

Student & Veteran Discounts
25% Off Everyday

Shop Our Sheridan Dispensary Menu

We are the ideal dispensary near you in Sheridan with a wide variety of top shelf medical and recreational cannabis products. Our premier store offers a unique and one-of-a-kind experience when shopping for products. We encourage you to stop by and take your time browsing our selection, but we also offer online ordering options with in-store pickup and curbside pickup. 

Flower

Edibles

Cartridges

Concentrates

Pre-rolls

Topicals

Tinctures

Accessories

CBD

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About Top Shelf Botanicals in Sheridan, MT

Top Shelf Botanicals is a licensed marijuana provider in good standing and in full compliance with the guidelines of the Montana Medical Marijuana Program. Since opening in late 2016, Top Shelf Botanicals has been proud to provide top shelf resources to cannabis consumers in Sheridan.

Questions About Montana Dispensaries?

Can I use a medical card from another state in Montana?

Yes you can. Anyone 21+ years of age with a valid US drivers license can purchase cannabis in dispensaries in Sheridan and participating Montana counties.

How much can I buy from a dispensary in Montana?

An individual medical cardholder may buy up to 1 ounce per day (or the equivalent in concentrates or edibles), and may purchase up to 8 ounces per month with no criminal penalties.

Can I go to a dispensary without a card in Montana?

Yes. You must be 18+ years old to enter a dispensary in Montana with or without a valid medical card.

What will be the tax rate on recreational purchases in 2022?

Recreational purchases will be taxed at 20% of retail sales. Medical purchases will continue to be taxed at 4% of retail sales. Local jurisdictions may add an additional tax of up to 3%.