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The Union Hotel


category : Historic Hotels
The Union Hotel The Union Hotel was built in 1880 by Mr. Caesar Schaer. This was the same year that the first railroad came to Superior, and it was the town's first brick building. All the bricks were made locally at a brick plant near Fourth and Converse Streets. The hotel was noted for having running water powered by a windmill, virtually unknown in hotels west of Lincoln at that time.

Presently, the building is occupied by business offices.


Address: Second and Central

Come visit us in Superior, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Superior Country Club

Superior is proud of its professionally designed nine-hole golf course, with watered greens, fairways and tee boxes. Out-of-town guests are welcome. Green fees are $10.00 for one round or $15.00 for all day. Limited cart rental is available. (Tuesday afternoons are Women'

Superior, NE Golf Courses

One-room Schoolhouse

Now, nearly extinct as an educational institution, this one room school, built in 1884, stands proudly on the museum grounds - a monument to the importance the prairie pioneer placed on educating their young. Many a rural student was provided eight years of "readin','ritin', and 'rithmetic"

Superior, NE Historic Schoolhouses

Lincoln Park - RV Camping

Spacious Lincoln Park has a shaded camping area with cement pads and free hookups for 20 campers, as well as a beautiful botanical garden. A dump station and modern restrooms are also provided, as well as a horseshoe pitching area, sand volleyball, tennis courts, picnic shelters and a children'

Superior, NE RV Parks

Superior City Park

The City Park, on Highway 14 in the middle of town, was donated by the planner of East Superior, Austin Collette and William Loudon in 1880. The park contains a Chinese cannon which was brought from China by Lady Vestey. The park also has a memorial statue in tribute to our veterans.

Superior, NE Recreation

Outdoor Murals

In 1993 this 100-foot wall mural depicting a typical Victorian street and business logos from early Superior, was designed and painted by Anne Beeson, an art teacher at the Clarkson Public Schools. It incorporates features of 15 historic buildings in the town.

Superior, NE Arts

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