When you visit Nebraska you will find museums galore, all in north central Nebraska. You probably will not be able to visit them all but there are some that are on the don’t miss list. They will delight you and you will learn a lot about the area and the people that lived there during the times. You will see antiques, clothing styles and the type of stores that they had. These museums are the Sandhills Museum, The Custer County Historical Museum and the Grant County Museum.
If you are into autos, the exhibit of antique automobiles will not disappoint. There are many antiques in this museum. There are antique firearms, tools and farm machinery. One of the more fascinating displays is the moonshine still and the calf with two heads and five legs. Have you ever seen a calf with two heads and five legs?
The Custer County Historical Museum
What makes this museum interesting is there is a research library, where you can spend some time looking up anything you want to know. They have many public records accessible for you to peruse through. They also display a general store and a drug store from the 19th century.
Grant County Museum
What makes the Grant County Museum stand out is the genealogy information that you can seek out. There is a lot of history displayed. Also, there is the most unique barbed wire collection. How many times do you see that? If you are a John Wayne fan, the museum exhibits his saddle from the movie True Grit.
So if you are looking for something to do when you visit North Central Nebraska make sure to check out these and the many other museums that are available for your enjoyment. You will certainly be glad you did.
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