Go two miles east on gravel road | Homer, NE | (402) 698-2161 or (402) 698-2288
2nd Street and Center | Howells, NE | (402) 986-1517
3rd and Pine Streets | Laurel, NE | (402) 256-9614
Used as a landmark by natives and fur traders. Here, Lewis and Clark discovered their first prairie dog town.
Seven miles north of Lynch, follow signs up Main Street and on to Missouri River | Lynch, NE
Along Highway 75, south of town | Macy, NE
Telephone Pioneers communication display, 1880 fire pumper, Model HO scale working railroad display, Richie Ashburn baseball display, Orphan train riders display and research
210 West 3rd Street | Madison, NE | (402) 992-1221 or email@example.com.
100 years old and is on the National Historic Register, beautiful art glass windows and pipe organ, former Sunday school area has sections with large wooden folding doors.
4th and Nebraska St | Madison, NE | (402) 454-2026 or (402) 454-2944
Main Street | Naper, NE
Neligh Mills State Historic Site. A 19th century flour mill with the original milling equipment intact. Located at the corner of N Street and Wylie Dr. Open Memorial Day-Labor Day, Tues-Sat, 10-5pm, Sun 1-5pm; for the rest of the year, Mon-Fri, 10-5 pm, weekends by appt. Guided tours available. 402-887-4303
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