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Geneva, Nebraska

  • Geneva Auditorium

    Geneva Auditorium

    The two-story brick Auditorium which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, opened in December 1915 as the new city hall and opera house. Its opening event that year was the...
    Geneva Auditorium

  • George W. Smith House

    George W. Smith House

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this house was built in 1890 for early Geneva settler, George W. Smith, who established a loan office, the predecessor of the First Nation...
    George W. Smith House

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Family Fun

City Parks - Geneva's main city park is located at 13th and E Streets. The park contains new handicapped accessible playground equipment, ball fields, new tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, an outdoor swimming pool, and picnic facilities. Geneva also

Geneva, NE Recreation

George W. Smith House

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this house was built in 1890

Geneva, NE National Register

Geneva Auditorium

The two-story brick Auditorium which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, opened in December 1915 as the new city hall and opera house. Its opening event that year was the local talent's production of the play "The Dutch Detective."

Geneva, NE National Register

Fillmore County Courthouse

Completed in 1894, the Fillmore County Courthouse is a simplified version of the Richardson Romanesque style. The courthouse was designed by architect George E. McDonald and was modeled after the Gage County Courthouse in Beatrice. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Geneva, NE Historic Courthouses

Dempster Woods

Dempster Woods, currently a Bed and Breakfast, is the former home of two Nebraska senators, John A. Dempster and Charles H. Sloan. Their notable contributions to Fillmore County and the state of Nebraska add to the inn'

Geneva, NE Famous Homes

Things to do near Geneva, NE

Ashland Bridge - NHR

In late August 1935 the Saunders County Commissioners voted to file for funding from the Federal Emergency Rel...