Broken Bow, Nebraska

Custer County Historical Museum


category : Museums
Objects and photographs
depicting pioneer life from the 1800s to the present. History archives and
library.


Admission: FREE
Hours: Hours: Monday-Friday 1-5 pm, summer months: Monday-Saturday 10am-5 pm. Closed holidays.
Address: 445 S. 9th Ave.
Phone: (308) 872-2203

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