The Anderson farm house on the grounds of the Nebraska Prairie Museum has received a wonderful face lift. New windows have been installed by Brad Stolz and his crew from Window World. The new look not only enhances the beauty of the house, but keeps out the dust and bugs that have been plaguing the house for the past few years.
The Anderson House is open for touring year round, but check in at the front desk of the museum first to get the key and a brief introduction to the house. The family of Sam and Hannah Anderson donated the house to the museum years ago. The house was moved from it’s original location north of Holdrege.