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Stuhr Museum

Experience the authentic lifestyle of America's prairie heritage at one of the nation's top ten Living History museums ... Stuhr Museum of the Prairie Pioneer!


Stuhr Museum is located on 200 acres of beautiful Nebraska prairie. Visitors of all ages will discover outdoor fun, enjoy indoor exhibits participate in seasonal hands-on activities, and become thoroughly charmed by a way of life right out of America's past. The history of the early prairie town builders is celebrated at every turn from the majestic Stuhr building with its year-round pioneer displays, galleries, and Museum Shop to the seasonal 1890s Railroad Town featuring costumed historical interpreters, working businesses, and shops. Visitors find opportunities to explore our country's rich heritage and central Nebraska's proud past.



Address: Junction U>S> 281 & 34 - P.O. Box 1505, Grand Island, Nebraska 68802
Phone: (308) 385-5316
Our Website:www.stuhrmuseum.org

May 1 - Mid-October
Adults .......................................$7.25
Senior Adults (60+)...................$6.50
Youth (Ages 7-12)....................$4.00
Children 6 & Under...................$Free

October 16 - April 30
Adults ......................................$4.25
Senior Adults............................$3.75
Youth (Ages 7-12)...................$2.00
Children 6 & Under..................$Free

Discounts available for AAA members.

May 1 - Mid-October
9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. daily

October 16 - April 30
9:00a.m. - 5:00p.m. Monday through Saturday
1:00p.m. - 5:00p.m. Sunday

The hours of individual buildings, shops and exhibits may vary.

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