Adam’s House Museum/ Original Blacksmith Shop

Adam’s House Museum, original 1800’s home and upper floor reference library and other historical items.
291 3rd Street | Ponca, NE | (402) 755-5604 or (402) 755-2621

Ashfall Fossil Beds State Historical Park

Ashfall Fossil Beds






Open in May before Memorial Day weekend, Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, it is open Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; and Sunday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. after Labor Day to the second weekend in October, Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; and Sunday, 1-4 p.m. Excavation in the Rhino Barn is ongoing and can be observed by the public. Park entry permit required.

Two miles west and six miles north of town | Royal, NE | (402) 893-2000

St. Benedict Center and Benedictine Mission House

Four miles north of town on Highway 15 | Schuyler, NE

Schuyler/Colfax County Museum and Genealogy Society

309 East 11th Street | Schuyler, NE | (402) 352-5531

Musbach Museum

Main Street | Scribner, NE | (402) 664-2788 or (402) 664-2459

Flag Park

A display of the 50 state flags to commemorate partriotic pride in honor of all the service men and women during the Desert Storm War.
West 8th Street and Dakota Avenue | South Sioux City, NE

Siouxland Freedom Park

Located in the heart of Siouxland along the banks of the Missouri River and can be seen across the water from the well-known Floyd Monument, in full view on the river’s bluff. These fifty-five acres of land are accessible off of G Street on Foundry Road, which runs adjacent to the railroad tracks. A dog park is established and is connected to the Siouxland Trails System.
South Sioux City, NE

St. James Marketplace

North of Highway 12 | St, James, NE | (402) 357-3357

Wiseman Monument

The Monument is the site of an infamous 1863 massacre in which five children were killed.
Northeast of St. James | St. James, NE