The home not only serves as a museum, but it also serves as the society quarters for the Nebraska City Historical Society. The rooms are filled with period furnishings and artifacts from the home's era. It is home to interpretive materials, art, and photos. Inside, three fireplaces, the stone masonry, high ceilings, drapery, and floor coverings are reminiscent of the period.
Admission: $2 for adults and $1 for children.
Group and individual tours available by appointment.
Phone: (402) 873-9360
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