Explore the history of Nebraska through curiosity-driven and engaging programming. Unique programs are scheduled at the Nebraska History Museum as well as our statewide historic sites throughout the year.
To see additional events and programs, please visit our events page.
Learn more about upcoming Education programs at the Nebraska History Museum and our Historic Sites.
Saturday, March 2nd
Happy Birthday, Nebraska!
The Nebraska History Museum invites you to celebrate the “Cornhusker State” on Saturday, March 2nd. Join us for family-friendly activities, including two storytimes with the Lincoln City Library at 10:00 and 11:00 am, solving puzzles, and making crafts. Explore the museum, discover the staff’s favorite artifacts, and write a birthday card. All ages are welcome!
Thursday, April 4th
An Exploration of Escape and Survival
To commemorate the two new exhibits, we invite you to a special event that explores the creation of the exhibits and the importance of Holocaust education. Join us as we welcome Scott Littky, Executive Director for the Institute for Holocaust Education (IHE), Dr. Beth Dotan, Research Assistant Professor at the Norman and Bernice Harris Center for Judaic Studies at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, and David Radler, the photographer behind Portraits of Survival, to speak on how each of these exhibits came to life.