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Historic Homes Tour

1112 C Street: American Foursquare home built in 1902 by B.G. Dawson.


1016 D Street: Gothic-Georgian Revival 1910 Showhouse built by architect W.F. Gernandt.


822 E Street: Italiante home built in the 1870s.


1007 E Street: Bungalow-style home built in about 1925.


1014 E Street: Eclectic-style home built in the early 1920s by the Busboom Bros. as a speculation home.


1023 E Street: Neo-Classical Revival home built in about 1900 by J.W. McDonnell, local businessman.


703 Fourth Street: Queen Anne home built about 1900.


721 Fourth Street: Italiante home of C.H. Denney, built in about 1875.


907 Fourth Street: Kesterson Home Italiante style, built in 1879 by Col. Thomas Harbine bought in 1885 by horsebreeder J.C. Kesterson.827 Sixth Street


915 Fifth Street: Queen Anne style home built about 1890.


615 Sixth Street: Early boarding house built before 1904.


827 Sixth Street: Eclectic-style home built in 1910 by George Cross, Fairbury postmaster and owner of The Fairbury Gazette.


911 Sixth Street: Tudor Revival Home built in 1920 by W.F. Cramb, Editor of The Fairbury Journal.


1109 Sixth Street: Eclectic-style home built by banker Luther Bonham in 1923.



Come visit us in Fairbury, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

George Winslow Monument

This monument is situated on a grassy knoll of a field. On April 26, 1849, 25 members of the Boston-Newton Joint Stock Association left Boston, Mass., to travel overland to the gold fields of California. On May 29

Fairbury, NE Monuments

Bonham Theatre

Both the Bonham Theatre, and the First National Bank, located on the northwest corner of Fifth and E streets, were at one time owned by Luther Bonham.

Bonham Theatre'

Fairbury, NE Theatres

Campbell Bros. Circus -1885 to 1913

"Above the roar of the lions, the music of the calliope, and the laughter and chatter of the throngs of people, the cries of the circus barker were heard throughout the towns and cities where this great circus performed."

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Fairbury, NE One Of A Kinds

Smith Lime Kiln

A long-abandoned lime kiln, looking very much like a large stone chimney stands along the River Road northwest of Fairbury. For a period of at least 20 years, it was the sight of a lime-burning operation where limestone was heated, or "calcined"

Fairbury, NE National Register


Things to do Tours near Fairbury, NE

Industrial Tours Sites

Upon request, several local businesses offer industrial tours of their plant locations. Possible tours incl...