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The Plainsman Museum collects, preserves and illustrates the history of Hamilton County, Nebraska. Begin your “journey through yesterday” in the rotunda of the main building by viewing acclaimed murals and a mosaic floor along with exhibits detailing the history of the permanent settlement of Hamilton County and Native American artifacts. The story continues as you pass through the covered wagon and find yourself experiencing life on the plains as seen through the eyes of local African American and Immigrant pioneers.
and Native American artifacts. The story continues as you pass through the covered wagon and find yourself experiencing life on the plains as seen through the eyes of local African American and Immigrant pioneers.
Warren County Historical Society
Explore the rich history of South West Ohio thanks to an extensive collection of art and artifacts in this award-winning museum. Four floors featuring over 30,000 square feet house four art galleries and pieces prehistoric to 20th century and Shaker to industrial.
The award-winning Harmon Museum is housed
Historic Waco Foundation
The mission of Historic Waco Foundation is to preserve the heritage of Waco and McLennan County for generations and to present enriching diverse historical experiences for audiences of all ages. We do this through the interpretation of our three Historic House Museums: McCulloch House, East Terrace House, and Earle-Napier-Kinnard House.
Built between 1858 and 1872 our historic house museums are a window into Waco’s past.
in historic Harmon Hall. Inside this three story, 28,000-square-foot, building Visitors can explore the rich history of Warren County. We have four new art galleries; a contemporary, folk, classic and exhibition gallery where we showcase the work of noted 20th and 21st Century Ohio artists.
Docent led tours of the historic homes allow visitors to see the homes as they once were, while asking questions, and enjoying a rich visitor experience. Learn about how the families of these houses
impacted the broad history of Waco, while enjoying the beautifully preserved architecture and