100th Meridian Museum

category : Museums
100th Meridian Museum The 100th Meridian Museum, located adjacent to the Henri Museum, houses the antique touring coach used by William Howard Taft and his family when they toured Yellowstone Park in 1907. The museum also houses memorabilia from local businesses and doctors and many period photos and displays telling the stories of early settlers are changed periodically.

Admission: Suggested donation of $2 for non-members
Address: 206 E. 8th St.
Phone: 308-784-3930
Open hours for Memorial Weekend through September are 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Open by appointment Sunday and holidays. After Labor Day contact (308) 784-1100 Handicapped Accessible

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