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Bradshaw Town Hall - NHR


category : National Register
Bradshaw Town Hall - NHR The Bradshaw Town Hall, a two-story brick
municipal building constructed in 1902-3, is a good
example of the town hall, a building type that became
common in many Nebraska communities in the early
twentieth century. The hall served as a public meeting
place for local civic and governmental activities. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it is
now a community center.


Address: Main Street

Come visit us in York, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Parks & Walking Trail

York's tree-lined parks feature a variety of modern amenities including playgrounds, barbecue and picnicking sites, bike and hiking trails, ball diamonds, fountains, and nature centers.

Harrison Park, located adjacent to the city'

York, NE Recreation

Yorkfest

The big Yorkfest celebration will continue to be the highlight of the beginning of autumn and the close of the summer. Held annually the first full weekend of

York, NE Festivals

Bradshaw Town Hall - NHR

The Bradshaw Town Hall, a two-story brick municipal building constructed in 1902-3, is a good example of the town hall, a building type that became

York, NE National Register

Children's Museum

The York Area Children's Museum has a multitude of reality-based displays that bring out children's fantasies based on the fun side of adult realism.

York, NE Museums

Lee's Legendary Marbles and Collectibles

"Everybody played marbles when I was going to school,including the girls. Sometimes they were better shots than the boys. It was one of the most popular games. There wasn't TV then, none of that. So you got out and played marbles. Back then the marbles cost a little bit of nothing. You could get 50

York, NE Museums

Things to do National Register near York, NE

Oto Agency (Barneston Site) Historical Marker

The Oto tribe signed an 1854 treaty relinquishing their territory west of the Missouri River except for a 250-square-mile ...

Ashland Bridge - NHR

In late August 1935 the Saunders County Commissioners voted to file for funding from the Federal Emergency Rel...