Stuhr Museum is a vast, 200-acre campus in Grand Island, Nebraska which preserves and portrays the inspiring era of the pioneer town builders of the 1890's. Through experiential "living history" attractions like our 1890's Railroad Town, cultural programming in our elegant Stuhr Building or historic exhibits in the Fonner Rotunda, Stuhr Museum is a unique and powerful experience.
-Our 1890's Railroad Town featuring costumed interpreters and historic homes and business you can interact with. -The elegant Stuhr Building designed by Edward Durell Stone, housing rotating and permanent exhibits. -over 200 acres featuring historic churches, Native American and cowboy exhibits and much more.
Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for children May 1 - Labor Day and $6 for adults and $4 for children the rest of the year. Group rates available. For more information log onto stuhrmuseum.org, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Youtube or give us a call at (308) 385-5316.