Arbor Lodge State Historic Park
Left: Missouri River Basin Lewis and Clark Center
|Below: Civil War Veterans Museum in the Grand Army of the Republic Hall|
Nebraska City Museum of Firefighting
Below: Otoe County Museum of Memories
|Nebraska City Museum Association||The Mayhew Cabin with John Brown's Cave|
|The Nebraska City Museum Association was organized in August 2001.The purpose of the Museum Association is to coordinate the efforts of established Museums as well as other Museums that might be established in Otoe County, Nebraska so that all museums in the county might be better utilized by citizens of the community as well as visitors. The Association provides professional museum consultation to the museums in regard to long range planning, capital improvements, fund development, exhibition planning, educational program planning, and collection management. It also promotes the awareness of the museums in the county and encourages increased usage.|
|Kregel Windmill Factory Museum||The Taylor-Wessel-Bickel (Nelson) House||Old Freighters Museum||Wildwood Historic Center||The River Country Nature Center|
Brian K. Volkmer
917 Wildwood Lane, Suite F
Nebraska City, NE 68410
Upcoming events and programs:
The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts current exhibit is Impact Kooser, an exhibition of works by artists from every corner of Nebraska inspired by the poems of United States Poet Laureate, Ted Kooser. A reception will be held on Saturday, December 7 from 3 – 5 p.m. in conjunction with Nebraska City’s newest annual tradition, Yule Fest. The reception and exhibition are free, handicap accessible, and open to the public. All ages are welcome. The exhibition closes Thursday, December 19, 2013.
The Kimmel Education and
Research Center will be holding
their annual bee keeping workshop on
Saturday, February 26.
The Kimmel Education and Research Center will be holding their annual bee keeping workshop on Saturday, February 26.
The Lewis & Clark Center has shifted to its winter hours. Hours are Wednesday – Saturday; 10:00 – 4:00 and Sunday; Noon to 4:00.
The Civil War Veterans Museum will host Author and former NC News Press reporter Jeff Barnes on February 11 @ 7PM. Jeff will be doing his program on "Forts of The Northern Plains" through Ne Humanities Council and signing books including "Forts of The Northern Plains", "Great Plains Guide to Custer" and what will be just released, "Great Plains Guide to Buffalo Bill".