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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

Frontier Fun Park

Nebraska's first community-built playground was built in 1995

Fairbury, NE Recreation

Campbell Bros. Circus Mural

The Campbell Bros. Circus and other highlights of historic Fairbury are captured on this mural on the side of Globe Rexall Drugstore in downtown Fairbury.

The picture was created by Echo & Jeff Easton & Greg Holdren. The scene is 140 feet long & 38

Fairbury, NE Arts


Historic Square

The Fairbury Commercial District, consisting of a 10-block downtown area of 97 contributing buildings, was officially entered in the National Register of Historic Places on June 20, 1997

Fairbury, NE National Register

Carnegie Library

In 1907, the Fairbury community received a grant of $12,500 from Andrew Carnegie. Ground was broken on October 5, 1908, and the library opened to the public December 10, 1909

Fairbury, NE Carnegie Libraries

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...