This temporary exhibition chronicles the heritage of Nebraska and the Wild West from its Indian American populations to the arrival of outside settlers and the wildlife, livestock, and people that came with it.
The exhibit incorporates both two dimensional framed pieces and three dimensional sculptural works by internationally renowned artists including Albert Bierstadt and Olaf Wieghorst, European artists who traveled to the United States and followed the wagon trains west.
Come visit this exhibition along with all historical displays at the museum complex, during business hours of 10:00am-5:00pm Monday through Friday and 1:00p.m.-5:00pm Saturdays and Sundays. The Nebraska Prairie Museum is located at 2701 N. Burlington Avenue in Holdrege. Contact (308) 995-5015 for more information.