Come and See the Story of America and How it Grew!
Hours of Operation
9:00am – 6:00pm – 7 Days
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Adult Admission – $15.00
Child Admission – $7.50
(6 to 12 years old)
Children 5 and under are free. A 2 day Adult museum pass is available for $21.25. Sales Tax has been included in the above rates. Contact us for special group and school rates.
Pioneer Village RV Park and Campground
Please call: 308-832-1181 or 308-832-2750 for information and reservations.
The Harold Warp Pioneer Village complex comprises 28 buildings on 20 acres housing over 50,000 irreplaceable items of historical value, restored to operating order, arranged in groups and also in the chronological order of their development.
There are 12 historic buildings around the circular “green”. There’s a Frontier Fort, a real honest-to-goodness Pony Express Station, an Iron Horse, and a home made of sod. There’s a general store and a toy store, chock full of all the goods from yesteryear. An original art collection including 25 Currier and Ives prints, 23 Jackson paintings, and the largest single collection of Rogers statues.
You can see a priceless steam carousel, 17 historic flying machines and marvel at 100 antique tractors. See the world’s oldest Buick, a 1902 Cadillac and a 1903 Ford, both designed by Henry Ford, plus 350 other antique cars, all displayed in their order of development.
For a relaxing trip into yesteryear, come to Pioneer Village!
You have to see it to believe it!
Spend the day and learn the Story of America and how it grew.
Come to Pioneer Village and experience:
- Pony Express Relay Station
- Original Elm Creek Stockade
- Historic Country Church
- Historic General Store
- Historic Sod House
- One Room School House
- Antique Toy Collection
- Blacksmith Shop
Pioneer Village has something to fascinate every member of the family... Your visit will be HIGHLY EDUCATIONAL, INTERESTING, and ENTERTAINING
It's the only Museum of Progress in the United States where you can "See How America Grew." This wonderful museum includes thousands of items placed in their chronological order of development.
Many folks linger longer than planned, so allow at least half a day for your visit. Stay as many days as you please, multiple day admission tickets are available.
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