Ford Conservation Center

The Ford Conservation Center is a regional conservation facility, a division of History Nebraska. We offer services to private individuals, museums and libraries, corporations, and state and federal agencies.

Services include the conservation examination and treatment of three-dimensional objects, paintings, and works on paper, as well as consultations on many collection-related topics such as institutional assessments and condition surveys on collections.

The staff of the Ford Center represents years of varied professional training, specialized study, and intensive experience in the art and science of conservation. Ford Center conservators have trained and worked at major cultural institutions in the United States and abroad and keep abreast of the latest research and innovations in conservation practice.

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By Appointment Only


1326 South 32nd St.
Omaha, Nebraska 68105



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