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This general museum housed in the 1904 home of E. C. Houston and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum displays exhibits of agriculture, furniture,...
Exhibits of memorabilia of John G. Neihardt , poet laureate of Nebraska, along with literary history on Native Americans and western history.
Lewis and Clark is a very popular area for family picnics. The park has more than 30 acres of picnic grounds with tables, fireplaces, and drinking water and 82 campsites are also...
A 30,000 square foot Native American casino with over 400 slot and video machines and table games.
The museum displays exhibits of furniture, farm implements, a rural school, general store, doll collection, and an 1874 historic home belonging to Fremont resident Theron Nye.
A 45,000 square foot Native American casino with 600 slot machines, bingo and 20 table games including: Blackjack, Spanish 21, Caribbean Stud, Craps and Roulette.
This historical society museum displays collections of Indian artifacts, antiques, and an 1880 restored Church building.
Wilson Island, named after former Governor George Wilson, came into existence as an island sandbar around 1900. Today, Wilson Island State Recreation Area encompasses 544 acres of...
Excavated items from the Bertrand, the 1865 steamboat from the Civil War.
This general museum displays collections of artifacts, musical instruments, horsedrawn farm implements, photographs and clothing from Clarkson and surrounding areas.