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Ole's Big Game Collection


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Ole's Big Game Collection Ole's displays nearly 200 mounts representing big game from every continent in the world. Hundreds of pictures and memorabilia share the rustic, knotty pine walls with trophy heads of North American and African big game. Many are world class records. The full mount of a 1500 pound, 11 foot polar bear has become an all-time favorite of visitors.

Ole's Big Game Steakhouse & Lounge became a showcase for Rosser O. Herstedt adventures. Known as "Ole" to locals, Herstedt traveled to every continent over a 35 year period.


Address: 20 miles east of Ogallala in Paxton, I-80 Exit, North 145
Phone: 308-239-4510
Our Website:www.ogallalafrontstreet.com/

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Front Street

Front Street is a replica front of some typical businesses along a street in an old western town such as Ogallala, with a museum, saloon, restaurant, and gift shop inside. The museum depicts the era when Ogallala reigned as "Queen of the Cowtowns." In addition to an undertaker'

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Haythorn Ranch - Figure Four Traditions

Visitors can get an authentic taste of the old west at a real working ranch at the historic Haythorn Land & Cattle Company. Under the name of Figure Four Traditions, the ranch experience includes chuckwagon meals, wagon rides and ranch tours. One of Nebraska's largest ranches, the Haythorn Land &

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Mansion on the Hill

An authentic Victorian style home listed on the National Register of Historic Places , the Mansion on the Hill was Ogallala?s finest residence when it was completed in 1887

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Boot Hill Sculpture

The sculpture at the top of Boot Hill was done by the late Dr. B. L. Gainsforth, long time Ogallala dentist and orthodontist. The sculpture was done in the likeness of Samual (Lep)

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Boot Hill Cemetery

Since cowboys generally were buried with their boots on, the first cemetery in the area was aptly named Boot Hill. It was Ogallala's only official burying ground during the "end of the trail" decade, from 1874 through 1884

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