The National Register of Historic Places is the nation's list of cultural resources considered worthy of preservation. Properties that are eligible for listing in the National Register embody the historical and cultural foundations of the United States. History Nebraska oversees this National Park Service program in Nebraska to coordinate and support public and private efforts to identify, evaluate, and protect historic and archeological resources in our state.
Our map of Nebraska's National Register of Historic Places properties and nominations is a quick and easy way to check if your property is already listed. Check it out.
Photo: The Midwest Theater in Scottsbluff
What does it mean to be listed in the National Register?
What does it NOT mean to be listed in the National Register?
Being listed in the National Register of Historic Places:
- Does not place any restrictions on your property.
- Neither the state nor federal government will attach restrictive covenants to the property nor seek to acquire them. Check with your local government about local laws and zoning regulations.
- Does not require property owners to allow for public visitation