Feel the awe and curiosity the pioneers experienced when they saw the most famous landmark on the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails.
From the site where Crazy Horse was killed to a German Prisoners of War Camp, the rich history of Fort Robinson has crossed many generations. Explore this complex past in exhibits in the 1905 post headquarters building that trace the history from the post’s role guarding the Red Cloud Agency (1874-77) through the housing of World War II German PWs (1943-46).
Sift through the story of milling in Nebraska and tour a mill with its original 1880s equipment still intact! The Neligh Mill is a surviving reminder of the grist mills that once dotted Nebraska’s landscape.
Many people and cultures have called Nebraska home. See fascinating artifacts and and hear amazing stories from the last 12,000 years!
Travel across the state and discover over 500 Historic Markers that commemorating significant events, people, places, sites, movements, and traditions in Nebraska history!