Stuhr Museum: 200 Acres of Living History

The Stuhr Museum is 200-acres of living history featuring over 100 structures and telling the inspiring story of the pioneers who settled the first communities in Nebraska. Through interpretation, artifacts and more, visitors to the Stuhr Museum will understand the challenges, triumphs and circumstances of those who called Nebraska home in the late 1800s.

Highlights include:

  • Railroad Town, a full pioneer town featuring over 50 structures, including historic homes, businesses, a rail depot, blacksmith shop and more.
  • The Stuhr Building, designed by world-renowned architect Edward Durell Stone, featuring rotating art exhibits and historic artifacts
  • The Fonner Rotunda, housing our Native American and cowboy artifacts
  • Antique Farm Machinery building featuring autos and tractors spanning more than a century
  • The beautiful Hornady Family Arbor and Fonda Rose Garden
  • Much more

Stuhr also hosts special events all year, including celebrations of the Fourth of July, Christmas, Harvest Festivals and much more. For more information on all we offer, please visit or give us a call at 308-385-5316.

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