Ponca Tribe of Nebraska

Educational Trail, Earth Lodge, Museum, Chief Standing Bear Statue, and Powwow Grounds

88915 521 Avenue | Niobrara, NE 68760 | 402-857-3519

Howells Library

130 N. 3rd Street | Howells, NE | (402) 986-1210

Tonwantonga Roadside Exhibit

Principal village of the Omaha Tribe from 1775-1845. Has a Nebraska Historical Marker and four National Park Service informational panels.
Three miles north of Homer on Highway 75/77 | Homer, NE

Sergeant Floyd Monument

Overlooking the Missouri River, this 100-foot tall memorial was the first historic landmark registered by the U.S. Government. It honors Sergeant Charles Floyd, the only casulty of the 1804 Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Sioux City, IA

Boone County Historical Society & Museum

1025 West Fairview St. | Albion, NE | (402) 395-6558

Dixon County Museum

Displays pictures of its 11 towns including 10 depots and military memorabilia of Dixon county from Civil War to WWII. Research house has old newspapers from Dixon county for all your genealogy needs plus files of 10,000 obituaries.

South Clark Street | Allen, NE | (402) 287-2885

Sturdevant-McKee Museum

308 South Main Street | Atkinson, NE | (402) 340-5635

John G. Neihardt State Historical Site

Neidhardt Historical Site






Also known as the Neihardt Center, this museum offers exhibits about Nebraska Poet Laureate John Neihardt. Preserved at the site is the one room study that Neihardt used from 1911 through 1920 as the place where he wrote many of his works.

306 West Elm. | Bancroft, NE

Heritage Park

Skala Timber House and restored Doctor’s Office.
Battle Creek, NE

Bertrand Steamboat and Museum

Located five miles east of Blair on Highway 30 | Blair, NE