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Legion Park


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Legion Park Sidney welcomes you to Legion Park, and ideal setting for fun and games or just relaxing. Modern playground equipment to excited a child's fantasies, a pond stocked with fish to whet a young fisherman's appetite that also serves as a haven for Mallard ducks. Legion Park brings mother nature to the city.

Visit Living Memorial Gardens, a recycling gardening project of a 1940 vintage municipal swimming pool. This is a Memorial created to loved ones by the planting of trees, shrubs or other living plants and to establish a monument to the part Sidney plays in American history. Ablaze with color in the summer, this is a panorama of beauty.

Legion Park also houses the War Memorial commemorating veterans from all American wars and one of the country's largest American flags which measures 20' x 38' on its 140' flagpole.


Address: 10th & Toledo St.
Phone: (308) 254-5851
(800) 421-4769

Come visit us in Sidney, Nebraska

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Lodgepole Depot Museum

The community's railroad heritage is reflected in this local history museum. The museum is a restored Union Pacific Depot and displays horse buggies, antique furniture, historical clothing, and more.

Sidney, NE Museums

Cabela's

Cabela's oldest existing retail showroom, the 62,000-square-foot Sidney, Nebraska store, is filled with all the quality outdoor gear you expect from the World'

Sidney, NE Recreation

Legion Park

Sidney welcomes you to Legion Park, and ideal setting for fun and games or just relaxing. Modern playground equipment to excited a child's fantasies, a pond stocked with fish to whet a young fisherman'

Sidney, NE Parks

Carnegie Library

Andrew Carnegie awarded the city of Sidney $6,500 for the construction of this library which served Sidney from 1914 to 1965

Sidney, NE Carnegie Libraries

Christ Episcopal Church

The Christ Episcopal Church was built in 1866 as the original church of Fort Sidney. This unique church blends past and present. Today parishioners worship where Indians and frontiersman came together in a spirit of love and cooperation.

Sidney, NE Historic Churches

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