Hudson-Meng Education and Research Center houses one of the most important paleo-archeological discoveries in North America. After the last Ice Age, hundreds of Bison antiquus (an extinct form of the modern bison) died here. People have wondered about the origin of this bonebed since its discovery in 1954. Archeologist continue to research the exact nature of past events and the role that ancient Paleo-indian people may have played in them. yet, the central question remains, "How did hundreds of Bison antiquus end up in such a small area in northwest Nebraska?"
Guided tours, demonstrations, and family-friendly hands-on activities are offered to help visitors understand the important discovery. You are encouraged to develop your own ideas based on the evidence presented
Driving directions: From Crawford, Take State Highway 2/71 north for 4 miles. Turn Left onto Toadstool Road, drive 8 miles. Turn left onto Sandcreek Road, continue for 6 miles. Turn right onto Meng Drive. Drive 1 miles