Nebraska Prairie Museum

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Nebraska Prairie Museum
P.O. Box 164
N. Highway 183
Holdrege, NE 68949-0164
(308) 995-5015
prairie995@gmail.com

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Welcome to the Nebraska Prairie Museum

The Nebraska Prairie Museum, located in Holdrege, Nebraska, contains an exceptionally fine collection of over one acre of indoor exhibits. Once inside, you get a feeling of spaciousness as you view collections of period clothing, antique toys, farm equipment, tools and household items, a unique W.W.II German POW exhibit room, and much more! Click here for a map

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

 

"The Group," an adult choir of more than 20 members, led by Paula Knepper of Holdrege, Nebraska, will be performing a Christmas concert at the Nebraska Prairie Museum, "Alleluia, Christ is Born."

The concert will be on Thursday, December 18th at 7:30 pm. Admission is free.

 

Our Mission

The Mission of the Nebraska Prairie Museum is to be a historical, interactive resource for the community, through the collection of artifacts, archival documents, and memorabilia that explain the lifestyles of those who preceded us.

Three Organizations Call Nebraska Prairie Museum Home.

Click Here for the Genealogy Society
Click here for the National Sod House Society

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News
Written by Administrator   
Saturday, 23 August 2014 00:00

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North Platte Canteen featured on Veteran's Day

Ninety-five people came to the Nebraska Prairie Museum on Veterans' Day, Nov. 11, to learn the story of the North Platte Canteen during World War II. Charlotte Endorf, of Hadar, Nebraska, brought history to life with stories from her research of the Canteen in the North Platte train depot and the sixmillion soldiers who rode the troop trains to and from their WWII missions in the Pacific and European theaters. The soldiers were treated to sandwiches, pie and coffee, and a friendly atmosphere as ladies from many Nebraska and Colorado communities took turns bringing homemade food to the Canteen.

 

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Veterans share breakfast, memories and models

More than 150 people came to the the Nebraska Prairie Museum for the annual Veterans' Breakfast on Friday, November 7. The program honored all U.S. Servicemen and women, with each veteran introducing himself/herself by giving their name, branch and dates of service, and some even gave their military serial number.

Warner Carlson of Holdrege served as Master of Ceremonies, and Bob Stolz told stories of his adventures in the U.S. Marine Corp. Mary Olson of Holdrege sang the National Anthem to open the program, and played Taps on her trumpet to close the program.

The audience was then directed to the Museum's War Memorial room to view Tim Kingsley's models of airplanes, ships and tanks on which Phelps County airmen, sailors and soldiers served.

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Last Updated ( Sunday, 07 December 2014 10:22 )