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Aurand Hall


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The history, heritage and frontier life of Nuckolls County are seen here in Aurand Hall. This hall was given by Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Aurand as the third building to the museum. It will take you, the viewer, a step back in time as you go through the two main buildings of period room settings. The Toy Shop is a special place for young and old alike. Don't miss this part of a fine museum.


Admission: ADMISSION: Freewill donations
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE
Hours: Summer hours: Memorial Day - Labor Day
Sunday and Monday, 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Winter Hours: Monday, 1:00 to 4:30 p.m.
Special Openings Welcome
Address: 612 East 6th St. (1 block east of Hwy 14 on 6th)
Phone: 402-879-4144

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