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Brookside Farm


category : Historic Homes
Brookside Farm The Brookside farm (also known as the Gridley-Howe-Faden-Atkins Farmstead), illustrates an historically typical farmstead evolution in Nebraska. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the farmstead is a rare, well preserved collection of buildings and structures which reflect changes in agriculture from timber claim to twentieth century technology and small scale farm diversification.


Address: 1 mi. N of jct. of NE 71 and State St.

Come visit us in Kimball, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Panorama Point and Three-State Marker

In the extreme southwest corner of the county, thirty three miles from Kimball, rises the highest point in Nebraska. This site, 5,424 feet above sea level, looks more like a rise in a pasture than the highest point in the state.

Kimball, NE Natural Attractions


Maginnis Irrigation Aqueduct

The Kimball County Irrigation District Board held its first organizational meeting in November 1909

Kimball, NE Structural Landmarks

Plains Historical Museum

To learn more about Kimball's history, visit the Plains Historical Museum. The museum is housed in the town's old Fraternal Hall. Built in 1904, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building is a museum itself. In 1904

Kimball, NE Museums

Gotte Park & City Park

Kimball's two parks offer just about everything that you could want in a city park. Gotte Park

Kimball, NE Recreation

Things to do Historic Homes near Kimball, NE