Thank You Volunteers!
As we enter this next season of thankfulness, we at the Plainsman Museum would like to take the time to give thanks for our many volunteers who help make our mission possible! Since the Plainsman Museum's beginning in 1976, volunteers have been essential in carrying out the day-to-day functions of the museum, as well as helping to preserve the history we have been entrusted with by the local community.
Thank you all!
To help give a further glimpse into the work of our volunteers, we have asked several of our regular volunteers to answer some interview questions about what they do here at the museum, and we will be featuring them in a series of blog posts for the next few weeks. Click the button below to begin reading this series of posts, and help us thank our volunteers for all they do!
Winter Wonderland of Trees
December 1-31, 2022
Open during regular business hours
Join us once again for our annual
Winter Wonderland of Trees - featuring trees decorated by local individuals and organizations!
~ Merry Christmas from the
While our Main Building is open year-round, our seasonal buildings - the Agricultural Building, the Bates House, and the One Room Schoolhouse - will be closed for the winter season from November 01, 2022 - March 31, 2023.
Even though our outbuildings will be closed, there's still plenty in store for the winter months in the museum's Main Building during the holiday season! Check out our Events Calendar for further details.
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“This was a wonderful little museum... The place is amazing well worth the admission and good for a couple of hours at least.”
— Ann D, 2021
“One of the best! I learned a lot about the history of the county and it was well organized!”
— Vanna Ek, 2022
“Very cool history of Nebraska pioneers... Thank you to all of the volunteers and people who contributed artifacts so passers through like us have the opportunity to experience this history.”
— Jamie Jackson, 2022
“Go see for yourself. You’ll be happy you did!”
— Lorey Jackson, 2022