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 1890s. Through experiential living history attractions, cultural
programming, historic exhibits, and educational activities, Stuhr Museum is a
unique and powerful experience.
- Our 1890s Railroad Town featuring costumed interpreters and historic homes and
businesses to interact with.
- The elegant Stuhr Building designed by Edward Durell Stone, housing rotating
and permanent exhibits.
- Hands-on, educational activities in the STEAM Learning
Center, along with an impressive collection of antique tractors, farm implements,
- And much more!
Admission is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors, and $8 for children. Group rates are available when booked in advance. For more information, log onto stuhrmuseum.org
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