The Cambridge Museum showcases an impressive display of Native American artifacts, pioneer weaponry, agricultural tools, fossils, and coin and stamp collections. Furnishings of pioneer homes and businesses recreate the early life-style of Cambridge in period room displays.
Southwest Nebraska's largest collection of mounted wildlife will fascinate all ages, as will the large display of New Mexico pueblo pottery from pre 1000 A.D. to 1450 A.D.
There is also a gallery area for art displays, including old photographs, newspapers, and books.
The Cambridge Museum was first opened by Charles Junker in 1938. In 1990 the museum moved into a new building with 8,000 square feet of air conditioned and heated display areas at street level. A community room is available for club and organization meeting with TV, VCR, and projector.
Hours: April to October, Tuesday through Sunday, 1-5pm.
October to April, Open weekends only, 1-5pm, and by appointment.
Address: 612 Penn St.
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