“All roads meet here”
Welcome to the Lincoln County Historical Museum website. The museum endeavors to reach the broadest range of the public to educate about the historical significance of west central Nebraska and the Platte River Valley. This website is designed to introduce you to our rich history. This region not only has a long agricultural tradition, but a wonderful Native American and Pioneer history. The Pawnee, Arapaho, and Sioux all called this area home. The Oregon, Mormon, and California trails all ran through here. The Pony Express, Transcontinental Telegraph, Transcontinental Railroad, and First Transcontinental Air Mail Flight all came right through our front yards. One of our proudest legacies is the North Platte Canteen, which served 6 million troops during World War II. The Lincoln County Historical Museum is hosting a Canteen Coffee & Meal. The event supports the museum’s operations to preserve and educate. When you purchase a ticket for either the 8th or 9th of November, you will get a full supper of chicken or roast beef, music, and a chance to bid on a variety of silent auction items. You can purchase your tickets from the museum by contacting us directly or sending a check. Prices are $20 per ticket. We will then send you your tickets. Thank you for your support.
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Lincoln County Historical Museum
- Mon - Sat: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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