City Park and Centennial Garden

Features a bronze sculpture by noted artist Herb Mignery.
Elgin, NE

Fort Atkinson State Historical Park

Living history demonstrations take place on the first weekend of each month from May to October.
One mile east of Highway 75 at 7th and Madison Streets, visitor center and interpretive facilities | Fort Atkinson, NE | (402) 468-5611

Washington County Historical Museum

Fort Atkinson, NE | (402) 468-5740

Louis E. May Museum

This beautiful 25-room mansion built by Fremont’s first mayor, Theron Nye, is a wonderful setting for a light brunch or a fine dining experience. Other options may include a formal high-tea or hors d’oeuvres and a wine tasting event. This historical venue has a beautiful lawn and garden setting suited for a variety of outdoor experiences.
1643 North Nye Ave | Fremont, NE | (402) 721-4515

Gallery 92 West/Fremont Area Art Association

Gallery 92 West is dedicated to the promotion of national and international artists, providing original fine art to established and emerging collectors and catering to special events in support of fine arts. Our location is a unique space that can accommodate functions of various sizes. With art lining the walls, guests will always find a conversation topic. The décor and beautiful art make it a very pleasant location to enjoy any social gathering.
92 West 6th Street | Fremont, NE | (402) 721-7779

Nance County Historical Museum

501 Broadway| Fullerton, NE | 308-536-2271

U.S. Indian School Interpretive Center

The Genoa U.S. Indian School Foundation purchased the Manual Training building of the school from the town of Genoa, restored it and now operates the facility as the Genoa U.S. Indian School Interpretive Center.
Genoa, NE | (402) 993-6055 or (402) 993-6036

Genoa Historical Museum

402 Willard Avenue | Genoa, NE

Arlo and Anne Wirth Gallery

106 South Broadway | Hartington, NE | (402) 254-6245