About thirty miles south of Omaha down Highway 50 and thirty miles east of Lincoln on Highway 34 exists something you might not expect in the small town of Weeping Water. It is the Weeping Water Valley Historical Society Museum Complex. For the size of the town, the museum really is a site to see. You can see displays on Native American Culture, frontier life, go visit a Doctor's Office from the late 1800's or see recreations of the Weeping Water's early buisnesses. If you want to do research the complex along with the local library offers plenty of that. There are old photo's, documents, and artifacts that can be studied. The museum consists of four different buildings. Three of the buildings are a block off main street near the town's historic library. The newest building, the Memory Lane Museum is right in the heart of the town on Main Street. Come on and visit a one-of-a-kind treasure, The Weeping Water Museum Complex.
|FREE but donation are accepted.|
Hours of Operation:
|Heritage House Museum: Sunday's 1-5 May-September
Memory Lane- Open Most Summer Mornings 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Always feel free to contact us to find out if it is open, or
make an appointment.
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