ANNA BEMIS PALMER MUSEUM
7th & Grant • York, NE
This Daughter of the American Revolution museum traces the history of both Nebraska and York County using a variety of displays and special “period rooms.”
YORK AREA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM
South hallway of the York City Auditorium
Children’s Museum has a number of interactive exhibits including a veterinary clinic, hair stylist shop, grocery store, science room, craft room and more. The Children’s Museum is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on the 2nd Friday of each month from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. Call Heidi at 402.363.2605 if you have questions.
521 Lincoln Ave. • York
Come laugh with them, take a guess at “whodunit” and soak up some atmosphere at the community theater that has provided the York area with live stage productions and fine entertainment for over 30 years. Call 402-362-7060 or visit our web site for production schedules.
CLAYTON MUSEUM YORK COLLEGE
1125 E 8th St. • York, NE
The Clayton Museum of Ancient History featuring the Stanback collection includes a wide array of artifacts, with the core of the collection focused around the Roman soldier. Call (402) 363-5748 or visit our web site.
WESSELS LIVING HISTORY FARM
5520 S Lincoln Ave. • York, NE
The Wessels Living History Farm was established by a gift from the late David Wessels, a bachelor farmer who’s grandparents were German immigrants that settled in York County in 1905. The complex features a 1920’s period appropriate house with fixtures and furnishings that would be representative of a prosperous farm. Call (402) 710-0682 or visit our web site.